Yes. A document signed with an electronic signature may constitute evidence in court proceedings, which is guaranteed by Art. 25, section 1 of eiDAS regulation, that is: “An electronic signature may not be denied legal effect and admissibility as evidence in legal proceedings solely on the grounds that the signature is in the “electronic form or that it does not meet the requirements for qualified electronic signatures.
Confirmation of signing a specific document issued by Autenti (in the form of a Signature Card or Autenti Certificate) is a document issued by a trusted third party, and at the same time a trusted service provider, which can be used as evidence in court proceedings for: signing the document, its content, date on which signatures were placed. Moreover, the parties are able to show whether there has been an unauthorized and unauthorized change (modification) of a given document, or whether it maintains its integrity.