The Role of Electronic Signature in the Third Millennium of the Development of International Trade Transactions

The Role of Electronic Signature in the Third Millennium of the Development of International Trade Transactions

Amir Bagherian (Postgraduate Private Law and Oil & Gas Law and Contract, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran), Yosef Ebrahimi Nasaband (Postgraduate Private Law, Islamic Azad University of Persian Gulf, Khoramshahr, Iran), Hassan Heidari (Private Law and Jurisprudence, Islamic Azad University, Ahwaz, Iran), and Mahmoud Ebrahimi (Postgraduate Criminal Law, Azad University of Tabriz, Oroumieh, Iran)
Copyright: © 2014 |Pages: 14
DOI: 10.4018/ijissc.2014040105
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Data explosion, in the present era, has created a lot of changes in the social, economic and cultural relationships of all developed societies. Modern areas usually do not have the required legitimacy; however it does not mean that the way for all kinds of violation is open. Social life requires that order and security also govern these areas and protect ethics and public interests. Electronic commerce law is one of these areas a debatable area filled with innovations and surprises. In this regard, waves of internet revolution and the explosion of e-commerce collide with the legal system and influence the concepts of traditional law. One of the key achievements of information technology is changes in traditional regime of evidence claim. In the system of evidence claim in the majority of countries, written reasons and documents are of undeniable importance, in a way that they are mostly used as citation or to defend the Lawsuit. In fact, a lawsuit and adducing the evidence in our legal life largely depend on delivering or issuance of a written paper such as ID cards, pay stubs, payment receipts, contracts, declarations, warnings, statements, and or commercial documents.
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