2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Act 305 of 2000


UNIFORM ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS ACT

Act 305 of 2000

AN ACT to authorize and provide the terms and conditions under which information and signatures can be transmitted, received, and stored by electronic means.


History: 2000, Act 305, Imd. Eff. Oct. 16, 2000




The People of the State of Michigan enact:

DocumentDescription
Section 450.831Short title.
Section 450.832Definitions.
Section 450.833Applicability of act to electronic records and signatures.
Section 450.834Applicability of act; commencement.
Section 450.835Scope of act; terms.
Section 450.836Construction of act.
Section 450.837Record or signature in electronic form; legal effect; enforcement.
Section 450.838Agreement to conduct transaction by electronic means; satisfaction of legal requirement.
Section 450.839Attribution of electronic record or signature.
Section 450.840Change or error in transmission of electronic record.
Section 450.841Signature notarized, acknowledged, verified, or made under oath; satisfaction of requirement.
Section 450.842Retention of record.
Section 450.843Evidence of record or signature in criminal or civil proceeding.
Section 450.844Automated transaction; applicable rules.
Section 450.845Electronic record considered sent or received.
Section 450.846"Transferable record" explained.
Section 450.848Use of electronic records and signatures by governmental agency; determination by department of management and budget.
Section 450.849Standards adopted by other governmental agencies.

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