Q & A -How to establish that a person’s signature is legitimate?

There are several ways to establish that a person’s signature is legitimate. Here are some common methods:

  1. Signature Comparison: One of the most common ways to establish the legitimacy of a signature is to compare it to a known sample. If you have a previous signature of the same person, you can compare it to the current signature to see if they match. If the signatures are similar, then it’s likely that the current signature is legitimate.
  2. Forensic Analysis: Forensic handwriting analysis can be used to determine the legitimacy of a signature. This involves examining the signature for characteristics such as stroke patterns, pressure, and overall appearance to determine if it was likely written by the person whose name it appears under.
  3. Witness Testimony: If someone witnessed the person signing the document, they can testify that the signature is legitimate. This is especially useful in legal settings, where witnesses can provide sworn statements about the signing of a document.
  4. Digital Signatures: In some cases, digital signatures may be used instead of physical signatures. These signatures use encryption technology to create a unique digital signature that can be verified by the recipient. In this case, the legitimacy of the signature can be established by verifying the digital signature using the appropriate encryption key.
  5. Notary Public: A notary public is a public official who can verify the identity of a person signing a document and witness the signature. A notary public can provide a certification that the signature is legitimate, which can be useful in legal and business

Author: Linda Turner

Coaching and Therapy Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Hypnotherapy. Qualified NLP, EMDR and CBT therapist. REIKI Master. I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦

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