ELECTRONIC RECORDS (EVIDENCE) ACT: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION
INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION
(under section 16)
(27th May, 2016)
ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
3. Application for certification
4. Compliance criteria
5. Issuance of certificate
6. Revocation, suspension or cancellation
9. Civil penalty
S.I. 55, 2016.
These Regulations may be cited as the Electronic Records (Evidence) Regulations.
In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise provides "”
"certifying authority" means the Communications Regulatory Authority established under section 3 of the Communications Regulatory Authority Act; and
"compliance criteria" means the criteria set out in Schedule 2 which is applied to a process for the purpose of certification.
A person who wishes to operate or manage an approved process shall make an application to the certifying authority in Form A set out in Schedule 1, accompanied by "”
(a) an application fee of P5 000; and
(b) such other information as may be required by the certifying authority.
The certifying authority shall before certifying a process or any part thereof as an approved process or management of the process satisfy itself that the process is in compliance with the compliance criteria set out in Schedule 2.
(1) The certifying authority shall issue a certificate as set out in Schedule 2, if it is satisfied that a process or management of the process meets the compliance criteria.
(2) If a process or any part of the process does not meet all the requirements of the compliance criteria, the certifying authority may "”
(a) issue a qualified certificate in accordance with the conditions specified in Schedule 2; or
(b) refuse to certify the process.
The certifying authority may revoke, cancel or suspend a certificate issued under regulation 5 where it is of the view that the information provided for approval of a process or management of the process does not comply with the compliance criteria set out in Schedule 2.
The certifying authority may obtain a written statement from any person who has provided information in the certification process, that "”
(a) the person has not provided information which he or she knows or is reasonably expected to know to be false or does not reasonably believe to be true; or
(b) the person has not knowingly withheld information which he or she is reasonably expected to know is relevant to the certification process.
Where an electronic document produced by an applicant originates from an independent party over which the applicant has no control, it shall be sufficient for a certifying authority to certify the process of the applicant to receive, store and present the electronic document.
A person who makes a false representation in the certification process shall be liable to a civil penalty not exceeding P5 000, as the certifying authority may impose.
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APPLICATION FORM FOR CERTIFICATION OF ELECTRONIC RECORD SYSTEMS
SECTION 1: PARTICULARS OF THE APPLICANT
1.1 Applicant's Details
1.2 Contact Person Details (Official Communication)
National I.D/Passport No.:
<IN:LF:0.25,FI:-0.25>1.3 Company Registration
<IN:LF:0.25,FI:-0.25> State whether company is
<IN:LF:0.25,FI:-0.25> Public Limited Private Limited
Others (please specify)
Main business activity
Company website (URL)
The following information should be attached:
(i) Company registration certificate, where the applicant company is a subsidiary of another company, information about the parent and ultimate holding companies (the entire group structure) must be provided
Provide names, addresses and contact details of Directors/Board Members:
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