UETA


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AcronymDefinition
UETAUniform Electronic Transactions Act
UETAUnited Export Trading Association (various locations; Texas)
UETAUtility Education and Training Alliance (Centralia College; Centralia, WA)
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UETA was the first comprehensive attempt to prepare state law for the electronic commerce era and provide uniform rules for electronic commerce transactions.
Mesmo nas atividades de orientacao foi observada uma predominancia de instrucoes no sentido do controle quantitativo do medicamento, sendo as regras ditadas de forma unilateral (Araujo, Ueta, & Freitas, 2005, p.
Tsuyoshi Okura, (1) Etsuko Ueta, (2) Risa Nakamura, (1) Yohei Fujioka, (1) Keisuke Sumi, (1) Kazuhisa Matsumoto, (1) Kyoko Shoji, (1) Kazuhiko Matsuzawa, (3) Shoichiro Izawa, (1) Yuri Nomi, (4) Hitomi Mihara, (5) Yuzuru Otsuka, (5) Masahiko Kato, (1) Shin-ichi Taniguchi, (3) Kazuhiro Yamamoto (1)
If they look at e-notarization as "the same notary process with a different type of legal signature," they could then educate their state's notary appointing authorities on the foundations of ESIGN and UETA, and that they need no further authorization to adopt e-notarization.
Intended in part to standardize the different state law versions of UETA, ESIGN addressed many of the same issues as the UETA model law.
(25.) Ueta M, Kweon MN, Sano Y, Sotozono C, Yamada J, Koizumi N, et al.
Also, there will be a short segment on a procedural statute in the United States, known as the Uniform Electronic Transaction Act (UETA).
In the United States, the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) "does not speak to the validity of a signature or an electronic record...
Edited by Larry Kreiser, Soocheol Lee, Kazuhiro Ueta, Janet E.
Another woman, fomer bar hostess Miyuki Ueta, is also waiting on the outcome of a supreme court appeal against a death sentence for the killing of two men.
The second cornerstone of electronic signature law is the Uniform Electronic Transaction Act (UETA).