Q: This is regarding a business contract I have with an electronic signature company regarding records.
without a court order nor my permission who has the legal right to contact and receive the records that were signed and uploaded to the electronic signature company software. Please remember I am the client who has the contract with this company. A third party signed a contract and is attempting to obtain documents to use against me that i have done for roughly 1.5 years even not involving this third party. My understand is the electronic signature company can only release those records to me or a detective if the detective had a court order only since I am the client and the detecitve is a police officer.
What does your contract with the electronic signature company say? What do you mean when you say "attempting to obtain"? Subpoena? I'm not sure what the detective has to do with it.
This question is difficult to answer as stated. It would be best to obtain advice of counsel.
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