Administration of Oaths

From Caselaw.Ninja

Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, SC 2000

42 A requirement under a provision of a federal law for a document to be in its original form is satisfied by an electronic document if

(a) the federal law or the provision is listed in Schedule 2 or 3;
(b) the electronic document contains a secure electronic signature that was added when the electronic document was first generated in its final form and that can be used to verify that the electronic document has not been changed since that time; and
(c) the regulations respecting the application of this section to the provision have been complied with.

43 Subject to sections 44 to 46, a requirement under a provision of a federal law for a signature is satisfied by an electronic signature if

(a) the federal law or the provision is listed in Schedule 2 or 3; and
(b) the regulations respecting the application of this section to the provision have been complied with.

44 A statement required to be made under oath or solemn affirmation under a provision of a federal law may be made in electronic form if

(a) the person who makes the statement signs it with that person’s secure electronic signature;
(b) the person before whom the statement was made, and who is authorized to take statements under oath or solemn affirmation, signs it with that person’s secure electronic signature;
(c) the federal law or the provision is listed in Schedule 2 or 3; and
(d) the regulations respecting the application of this section to the provision have been complied with.