[access-uk] queery from a friend in India.

  • From: "Terry Clasper" <terry.clasper@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Sep 2008 10:49:27 +0100

Hi everyone.
I wonder if somone could kindly assist me with the following question from a friend based in India.
He says:
"I am part of a group who is trying to ensure equal access to banks for
blind people in India. One problem we face is the inconsistancy of a
signature. One way around this is to use a stamp. I believe this is
permitted under UK law. Is this correct? I ask since the banks here
are worried about some one being able to copy the signature stamp and
defrauding them and or the customer."
So does UK law permit the use of stamp based signatures.
I've only been blind all my life and frankly don't have a clue.
Any help/comments appreciated.

Terry Cllasper.
MSN terry.clasper@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
skype: terryclasper

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