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CERTIFICATION PRACTICE STATEMENT FOR QUALIFIED CERTIFICATION SERVICES

CERTIFICATION PRACTICE STATEMENT FOR QUALIFIED CERTIFICATION SERVICES provided by Trust Services Provider INFONOTARY PLC has been made in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 of the European Parliament and the Council from 23 July 2014 on Electronic Identification and Certification Services for Electronic Transactions in the Internal Market and repealing Directive 1999/93/EC (Regulation (EU) 910/2014) and the applicable legislation of Republic of Bulgaria.

The main purpose of the document CERTIFICATION PRACTICE STATEMENT FOR QUALIFIED CERTIFICATION SERVICES is to make the Qualified Trust Services public for the consumers through a detailed description of the rules and policies which INFORNOTARY has implemented and observes for the performance of its activity and providing funds to all interested parties for establishing the compliance of the Provider's activity the provisions and requirements of Regulation (EU) 910/2014, the applicable legislation of the Republic of Bulgaria and the reliability and security of the certification activity.

InfoNotary Qualified CPS describes the technical and procedural practices for all services, connected with providing of certification services for the issuance and management of qualified electronic signature certificates, qualified electronic seals and qualified electronic time stamps, as well as the related policy for the provision of qualified certification services.

InfoNotary Qualified CPS can be amended as necessary in case of changing regulatory, technological and procedural requirements, and any changes thereto are publicly available to all interested parties at: https://repository.infonotary.com.

 

CERTIFICATION PRACTICE STATEMENT FOR QUALIFIED CERTIFICATION SERVICES
Version 1.0 Entry into force 01.06.2017 DOWNLOAD
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UNIVERSAL ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE CERTIFICATION SERVICES - USER GUIDE
Version 0.1 Approved by the CRC on 19.12.2005 DOWNLOAD
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