When Are Email and Electronic Signatures Legally Binding in Massachusetts?

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Email signatures are often legally binding. If emails show an agreement between two people with signature lines added, Massachusetts courts will likely interpret the emails as a signed contract. The same is true for other forms of electronic signatures. However, some legal documents, such as wills and deeds, can never be signed digitally.

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