What's it for?
WHY DO I NEED A SPECIAL EPREL CERTIFICATE?
Taking into account EPREL’s technical specifications, to complete the registration process it is necessary to stamp the verification document with a qualified seal.
The difference between a signature and a seal is that the signature is made by a natural person and the seal is used by legal entities. In other words, it is the electronic version of the rubber stamp. However, in order for the seal to be qualified, the regulations require the Entity Seal certificate to be issued on a qualified signature creation device, i.e. a cryptographic token.
Therefore, an EPREL certificate is an Entity Seal certificate, also known as QSealC, issued on a cryptographic device.
who can apply?
Applicants for this type of certificate must be natural persons with the capacity to act on behalf of the entity applying for the entity electronic seal certificate.
WHO CAN BECOME A SUBSCRIBER?
The subscriber, i.e. the holder and responsible for the use of the certificate, is the legal person, entity or organisation that holds the certificate that is linked to a private key. For this particular variant, companies that have to register with EPREL may be subscribers.
what documentation do i need?
To obtain this certificate it is necessary to present:
- Identification document of the natural person: DNI, NIE, PAS.
- Power of Attorney, which accredits the current representation.
- A sworn statement that the power is in force and has not been previously revoked.
You must also provide the following information:
- Identification of the entity (CIF/NIF).
- Details of the entity’s address.
- Telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of the entity’s directors.
- Copy of the statutes of creation of the entity.
How do I apply?
EADTrust offers three modalities:
With appointment and after filling in the web application, you can go to the EADTrust offices located in Calle Méntrida 6, 28043 Madrid, with the documentation.
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