This research is motivated by the rapid advancement of technology today that can bring together shareholders at the general meeting of shareholders directly with electronic media which has an impact on the widespread use of electronic signatures, however, in order for the signing of the deed of the minutes of the shareholders' meeting which is carried out at the general meeting of shareholders by the company using teleconferencing media, video conferences or other electronic media facilities (e-GMS) as regulated in Article 77 paragraph (1) of the Limited Liability Company Law, it still has Therefore, this study aims to analyze the legal force of the electronic signature (e-signature) in the e-GMS of a Limited Liability Company. The electronic signature is the most important key in a deed of the minutes of the general meeting of shareholders. Electronic signature regulated in Article 1 number 12 of Law Number 1 of 2016 concerning Amendments to Law Number 11 of 2008 concerning Electronic Information and Transactions is a signature consisting of electronic information that is attached, associated or related to other electronic information used as a verification and authentication tool. Electronic signatures aim to show identity and legal subjects as a form of approval of the obligations attached to an electronic mail. This study emphasizes that: (1) Electronic signatures must have legal force, and are officially certified, but not all electronic signatures used have been certified by a Certificate Authority (CA), (2) Deed of minutes of general meeting of shareholders must be made by a Notary who is present in person at the general meeting of shareholders electronically (e-GMS), so that Article 18 in.conjunction with Article 7 in.conjunction with Article 11 of the ITE Law can be implemented properly, (3) All electronic transactions with electronic signatures in them can be considered as a deed that has the same proving power as an authentic deed.

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