What is emSigner and what does it do?

emSigner is an end-to-end paperless office solution by eMudhra. It is a simple and intuitive web-based software-as-a-service that allows you to sign legally binding documents online, without pen, paper or fax. In a way that is faster and more secure than executing paper documents

Can I try emSigner before I decide to buy?

Yes there is a option for free trail of 30 days you can try that before you decide to purchase

Do recipients need to have an emSigner account?

No, recipients of your documents do not need an account to sign with emSigner. Create such a signer as an Adhoc user and your document will be sent via email from emSigner and Adhoc recipients can review and sign the document without having an emSigner account

How many documents can I sign in Free Trail plan?

10 documents

Who is Adhoc user and who can create Adhoc user?

Adhoc user is the one who is not a regular user of organization and not working in the organization. He/she will be not have emSigner account and would receive an email with a link to access the document signing request sent by emSigner account users. Only an Admin can create adhoc users

Difference between DSC and emSigner?

emSigner is a software which is used to sign documents online. Which mainly used to sign documents in bulk. On-premise Digital Signature enabled workflow management solution used for defining paperless workflow and managing flexibilities around the workflows. Whereas DSC is electronic format or certificate which serves as a proof of identity and these certificates used to access information or services on the internet or to sign certain documents digitally

What are the benefits of a multi-user account?

With a multi-user account, you can create multiple users as per your choice of purchase. Each such user created will be provided a separate login and dashboard. Adhoc users are those who are not considered as regular users under your account and don’t need to have an emSigner account in order to receive or sign documents


The eSignature Legality Guide is the result of legal research into the laws and practices regarding eSignature on a country-by-country basis. Each country-level analysis was conducted by local law firms located in that country, in that country’s local language. This legal analysis was then supplemented with complementary research on eSignature and digital signature technology standards conducted by independent technology experts. Together, this information is provided as a public resource to understand eSignature legality, and clarify some of the common misconceptions about international eSignature legality.


A basic measure of eSignature legality in a country is whether courts will admit eSignatures as evidence in court. In most countries in the world, an eSignature cannot be rejected simply because it is electronic, meaning that it should be admissible, subject to proof. Learn more about how DocuSign helps you prove an eSignature validity in court, below.


While there are exceptions for very specific types of transactions, eSignatures, independent of the underlying technology, may be used for the majority of general business transactions in most countries. Issues that may restrict general business use include local technology requirements or other restrictions on special transactions types. Learn more about specific transaction types, below.


‘Tiered’ countries recognize Qualified Electronic Signature (QES, or the locally named equivalent) as a distinct type of eSignature. In these countries, a QES has special legal status in the form of presumed authenticity, and may be legally required for a few, specific transaction types. In spite of this, a non-QES eSignature can still be submitted as evidence in court even in Tiered countries, so long as the party presenting it has sufficient evidence to prove that it is valid. Countries imposing QES standards often struggle to promote electronic business transactions, especially across country borders. ‘Open’ countries have no such technology requirements or eSignature types that receive special legal status. Learn more about eSignature legality at https://www.emsigner.com/

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