Legal Download 2.0 - Concluding Contracts on the World Wide Web - a UAE Perspective

Examining the different ways by which contracts can be concluded by electronic means under UAE law

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3399 days ago
Zackariya Yoosuf

Can you tell me whether there is any law that there should be a clear message or warning before cancelling or deleting a transaction.For specifically..Before cancelling the air ticket through online the website should popup the message asking the confirmation..Is it mandatory according to the cyber law..Please reply

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3813 days ago
Rami

Hi Tsung Wei Wong, Are these e-transactions laws of any important? It is true that they make online contracts enforceable and give certain predictability to businesses and consumers alike who are conducting e-transactions, but did they really assist in increasing e-commerce revenues in any way in the Arab world? It seems not. I believe that the U.A.E and other Arab countries like Tunisia, Jordan and Bahrain had these laws, but there is too much fuss about them. They are no single application of these laws in any court of law, and they are there to attract investors nothing more. E-commerce is not about having a law out there and it is much more than that... Regards,

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3816 days ago
Steve Bush

Companies and individuals can generally deny being the author of emails and faxes since there is no way to identify the sender of either.

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