During a Split Signing, multiple signers sign the same document, one after another, in separate notary meetings. There are a few scenarios that can lead to a Split Signing:
- The participants are unable or unwilling to join one meeting simultaneously.
A Concurrent Signing evolves into a Split Signing when one person decides to move forward before the other signer(s) join them in the Waiting Room:
- This option may be restricted by the organization that created the transaction. Read Compulsory Concurrent Signing for more information.
- Multiple signers are initially in the same meeting; one signer drops off and cannot complete the meeting. The notary can continue the meeting with the first signer(s), and the signer who dropped can complete the notarization later.
A Split Signing can be completed in any order unless the organization that created the transaction specifies a Sequential Signing Order.
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