uk: High Court Holds that the Automatic Insertion of an e-mail Address does not Constitute a Signature

uk: High Court Holds that the Automatic Insertion of an e-mail Address does not Constitute a Signature
On 7 April 2006, the English High Court ruled that the appearance of the sender’s e-mail address at the top of an e-mail was not a “signature” for the purposes of section 4 of the Statute of Frauds, because it had not been included with the intention of giving authenticity.
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