Last updated: September 20, 2019
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If you have questions or concerns regarding these Terms please submit an inquiry through the legal documents form and select the subject “intellectual property.” You may upload your inquiry in a PDF document through this form.
7. Linking Policy
The BACB welcomes links to its website in accordance with the following policy.
Links to the BACB Website
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You may request the removal of a link to your website from the BACB website by contacting us. Unless there is a legal right to have the link removed, such removal will remain at the BACB’s discretion.
Updates to this Linking Policy
The BACB reserves the right to update this linking policy at any time.
8. Acceptable Signatures Policy
The BACB accepts electronic signatures* for applications and forms, whether submitted electronically or by mail. Although it is preferred that documents are digitally signed using a third-party electronic signature service (e.g., Adobe Sign, DocuSign, HelloSign), the BACB will accept any type of electronic signature (e.g., Adobe Fill & Sign, JPEG of a signature) provided the document is signed by the appropriate party with the intent of signing the document. The BACB also accepts handwritten signatures on scanned documents, unless the document states that an original signed copy is needed.
*An electronic signature is “an electronic sound, symbol, or process, attached to or logically associated with a contract or other record and executed or adopted by a person with the intent to sign the record” (15 U.S.C. § 7006 (2000)). Simply stated, an electronic signature is an electronic expression indicating a signee’s intent to sign a document. By contrast, a digital signature is a specific kind of electronic signature, which requires authentication of a signee’s identity.
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