Electronic Commerce and International Private Law (Markets by Lorna E. Gillies

By Lorna E. Gillies

Digital trade and overseas inner most legislation examines the maximization of patron defense through the consumer's jurisdiction and legislation. It discusses the proposition new connecting issue be used to enhance the potency of juridical defense for shoppers who agreement with international by means of digital ability and provides strategies as to tips to amend present jurisdiction and selection of legislations principles to supply a foundation for the patron to sue in his personal jurisdiction and for the legislation of the consumer's home to use. The booklet might be a helpful source for teachers, scholars and practitioners operating within the components of foreign inner most legislations, digital trade legislation and purchaser legislations.

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Symeonides, Private International Law at the End of the 20th Century: Progress or Regress? 45. 57 G. Howells and S. pdf>. 58 I. 57. 59 Ibid. 18 Electronic Commerce and International Private Law contracting in particular jurisdictions. 60 At the contract formation stage, the consumer is protected by varied substantive consumer protection laws that may, inter alia, limit the seller’s ability to impose unfair (standard) terms in contracts with consumers. For example in the United Kingdom, the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 and the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999 limit the business’ ability to impose unfair contractual terms.

The first aim is to provide the parties with legal certainty by providing rules that direct their dispute to the most appropriate jurisdiction21 whether a choice of forum has been agreed or not. 192. 176. 174 and 180. V. Clarkson and J. 573–577. 17 Compact Oxford Dictionary, Thesaurus and Wordpower Guide (Oxford, 2002). 18 Collins Dictionary and Thesaurus (Glasgow, 1991). 176. 190 citing Kegel. C. Symeonides (ed), Private International Law at the End of the 20th Century: Progress or Regress? 44–45.

E. Gillies, ‘Addressing the “Cyberspace Fallacy”: Targeting the Jurisdiction of an Electronic Consumer Contract’ (2008) 2 Int Journal Law and Inf Tech 1. 2 M. Chissick and A. xxxix. org/internet/history/brief. shtml>. G. Mahoney, ‘United States’ in D. S. 249; R. 302. 4 The Internet Society, ibid. A. Froomkin, ‘The Internet as a Source of Regulatory Arbitrage,’ in B. Kahin and C. 129; H. Kronke, ‘Applicable Law in Torts and Contracts in Cyberspace,’ in K. Boele-Woelki and C. Kessedjian (eds), Internet Which Court Decides?

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