NSW and QLD Governments approves video conference witnessing
The NSW and QLD governments have just passed regulations which allow for witnessing to be done by video-conferencing.
In summary, where a prescribed document is witnessed by audio visual link, the witness may either:
- sign a counterpart copy of that document; or
- have the signatory scan and send a copy of the signed document, then countersign that document.
Additionally, the witness must then endorse the prescribed document with a statement:
- specifying the method used to witness the signatory’s signature; and
- that the document was witnessed in accordance with the Regulation.
For a full explanation of MSA’s back-up measures: https://www.msanational.com.au/covid-19-update.htm
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