In general, an advanced electronic signature (AES) can provide adequate security for lower-risk transactions, but it is advisable to use a qualified electronic signature for higher-risk transactions with an international element. Of the qualified e-signatures available on the Platform (QES 20, QES 100, QES Unlimited), it is worth using the type that definitely covers the value of the given transaction, however, it may be easier to choose the one where there is no limit of transaction value because the QES Unlimited will be considered a qualified e-signature regardless of the value of the transaction.

Please note that detailed knowledge of the case is essential to select the correct signature type, and the responsibility for using the incorrect signature type lies entirely with the signer (natural person), so we recommend you contact your legal representative with the matter.

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