The application shall be completed with a signing document signed by an authorized signatory at the Lead partner organisation.
The signing document is to be downloaded from Min Ansökan once the application is submitted in the system.
The signed signing document shall be submitted via the function for completions in Min Ansökan. If there are two Lead Partners (EU and Norway) it may be two signing documents with the signature from LP EU on one document and from LP Norway on another document.
It is possible to submit the signing document after the deadline of a call but preferably within a few days. The application cannot be processed by the Joint Secretariat before the signing document has been submitted. The application can be formally rejected if the signing document is not submitted.
The signing document must be signed by a person having the right to sign on behalf of the Lead partner organisations (both EU and Norway depending on the partnership constellation). This right must be verified by a document submitted as an attachment with the application.
The signing document can be signed manually or with an e-signature. E-signatures must be accompanied by graphic or text elements that show the electronic process by which the signature was created.
By signing the document, the lead partner(-s), on behalf of all partners, confirms that, if approved, the project will be implemented in accordance with the relevant EU and national legislation as well as the Programme document, and in particular that: