The court signature is the electronic signature on documents executed by the Constitutional Court or any other court documents.
This court signature makes it clearly visible to the recipient that the document at hand emanates from the Constitutional Court. Visually, the court signature consists of the logo of the Constitutional Court and a note stating that the document was officially signed. Pursuant to section 19 E-Government Act this ensures that the document actually originates from the Constitutional Court.
There are mechanisms for checking the signature and verifying the print-out.
Secure publication of the logo pursuant to section 19 paragraph 3 E-Government Act
For signed documents, the Constitutional Court uses the following logo: