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Title: الإثبات في عقود التجارة الإلكترونية: درسة مقارنة القضاء الليبي نموذجا
Authors: Othman Abdusalam Baghdadi
Keywords: Electronic commerce--Libya
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Abstract: The fast paced spread of using new communication media as a way of making deals or transactions has brought what is known as E-electronic contracts. The emergence of this trends has called for legal inquires especially in the area of documentation or proof since the complexity of relationship is high in this kind of contracts. The difference of physical environment in which these contracts are held and issued also called for determination. Depending on what is written and issued on these electronic documents the question still is about the reliability of this document. The situation becomes even worse if one of the contractual parties used this E-document as a full proof of contract. Moreover electronic signature is also part of this controversy which also presents a lot of inquires. Because there is no any legislation which organizes this of transactions and the lack of evidence to approves it in the Libyan law. The researcher must refer to the general rules in order to be able to answer these inquires about E-electronic transactions. These inquires are better answered through comparing and contrasting between the basis and rules that has connection with this issue in the proof of law in civil and commercial transaction to ensure the degree of interference and cohesion of this kinds of electronic transaction with daily life, developments and technology developments. The issue of electronic contract has flowed to the surface so there must be a deep legal investigation to conduct these contracts through new communication media. Based on mentioned above, the researcher has decided to choose "The proof in electronic commerce contracts" comparative study taking Libyan judicial system as a model.
Description: Thesis (M.A)-- Faculty of Shariah and Law, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, 2014
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