SafetyDeed use our private key to digitally sign covenants and certificates (Wikipedia link for digital signatures). The digital signature may be verified using the text string representing the document and the public key for the property, which is published via the covenant when it is recorded at the registrar of deeds.
Verifying digital signatures is a well-defined process but is computationally complicated. To facilitate verification, Safety Deed has provided web pages to verify the covenant and the certificate. Each page may be supplied with the unique identifier for the covenant or the certificate, which if found in our database will pre-fill in the key terms, public key, and digital signature.
Our sample covenant page:
Our sample certificate page: