SignMe Electronic Signing
Discover electronic signing designed for legal, financial and conveyancing professionals
Whether you’re a legal professional sending a letter of engagement, a conveyancer distributing a Contract of Sale or a professional requiring a legal document to be signed — SignMe makes this process easier than ever, designed for you.
Integrated seamlessly within Dye & Durham’s online and software solutions, SignMe will save you significant time throughout your matter, ensuring you get documents to and from your clients faster — without the need to meet and deliver the documents physically.
How does SignMe work?
SignMe helps businesses work more efficiently and effectively. Simply upload and distribute documents to your clients electronically for digital signing and complete deals and contracts faster than ever before.
- Faster turnaround times — Enjoy the fastest possible turnaround times for your contracts, letters of engagement and all other documents that require signing.
- Enjoy paperless convenience — Remove the arduous task of printing, signing, mailing and scanning with paperless convenience.
- Stay mobile — SignMe enables you and your clients to sign and send from anywhere, at any time.
- Secure and transparent — SignMe is protected by the latest technology and security.
- Easy for everyone — SignMe simplifies the conveyancing process by making the administrative task of signing and returning documents easier and quicker for both you and your client.
- Connects to your management systems — SignMe seamlessly integrates with Dye & Durham’s award-winning online and software workflow solutions.
Frequently Asked Questions about SignMe
Is SignMe and electronic signatures legally binding in Australia?
Yes. Digital and Electronic signatures have been recognised by law in Australia since 1999, with the passage of the Electronic Transactions Act. Parties can legally use any form of digital/ electronic signature to create valid real estate documents such as lease agreements, purchase and sales contracts.
- Common law: Electronic Transactions Act (1999)
- New South Wales: Electronic Transactions Act (2000)
- Victoria: Electronic Transactions Act (2000)
- Queensland: Electronic Transactions Act (2001)
- Western Australia: Electronic Transactions Act (2011)
- Southern Australia: Electronic Transactions Act (2000)
- Northern Territory: Electronic Transactions Act (2001)
- Tasmanian: Electronic Transactions Act (2000)
- Australian Capital Territory: Electronic Transactions Act (2001)
How do my clients sign the documents with SignMe?
Signing documents electronically is easy with SignMe. SignMe can be used on any device, including laptop, mobile and tablets. Recipients simply click a link to the document, then they will be prompted to follow tabs and simple instructions to fill and sign the document. When the recipient clicks finish, the signed document is saved and you will be notified of its completion.
Will SignMe work with my existing practice management solution?
Absolutely. SignMe is seamlessly integrated into Dye & Durham’s Open Practice, Matter Centre and online search platform. You can upload documents from your computer or popular filesharing sites such as Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive. SignMe accepts documents in various file formats including Microsoft Word and PDF, making the platform easy to use.