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LAW RELATING TO ELECTRONIC CONTRACTS 1st Edition

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Author(s)R K SINGH
PublisherLexis Nexis
ISBN9789351430575
Pages416
BindingSoftcover
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearJanuary 2013

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Lexis Nexis LAW RELATING TO ELECTRONIC CONTRACTS 1st Edition by R K SINGH

The book, Law Relating to Electronic Contracts, discusses and addresses the concepts and legal issues (such as, ‘formation of e-contracts, ‘validity and enforceability of e-contracts,’ ‘applicability of established principles of contract law to e-contracts,’ ‘jurisdictional issues, ‘consumer protection and standard form contracting in the electronic age,’ ‘resolution of disputes,’ etc.) which have emerged as a result of the emergence of conception of contracts in electronic form, either fully or partly. Besides examining the concerns and laws governing e-contracts, this book also outlines, in brief, the ‘general principles of contract law,’ as these principles developed over the years, they are applicable to all types of contracts notwithstanding whether they are formed electronically, orally or through paper based communications. Further, many of the issues that arise for consideration relate to how these conventional contract law principles will apply to modern forms of contracts which are concluded electronically. Although this book is written specifically keeping in consideration the need and requirements of students; yet, it will be very useful to teachers and legal practitioners as well. In addition, this text is valuable also to anyone wishing to gain a thorough understanding of e-contracts. This book is an attempt to advance the development of jurisprudence of Contract Law in India