□ Regarding the difference in legal binding force between stamping and stamping
These two words are often used interchangeably in various situations. Many people would like to know how much legal power they have.
Article 32 of the Commercial Code stipulates, "If a signature is required, affixing the name and seal may be substituted for the signature."
A handwritten signature can be used as legal evidence because it can be determined who wrote it by handwriting analysis, but it is said that there is no legal evidence for a signature other than handwriting.
According to Article 32, if a seal is affixed to this name that does not serve as legal evidence, it will be admissible as evidence.
In descending order of legal effect, the order of seal (handwritten signature and seal impression*), signature (handwritten signature only), seal (name other than handwriting and seal impression ), name only (name other than handwriting) So keep that in mind.
* Impression is "after pressing the seal"