Custom as a source of supranational internet commerce law
AuthorPolanski, Paul Przemyslaw
AffiliationScience: Department of Information Systems
Department of Information Systems and the Faculty of Law
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Document TypePhD thesis
CitationPolanski, P. P. (2003). Custom as a source of supranational internet commerce law. PhD thesis, Department of Information Systems and the Faculty of Law, The University of Melbourne.
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© 2003 Dr. Paul Przemyslaw Polanski.
The Internet has changed the world. Its impact on the global society has been enormous, redefining almost every aspect of our life. It has also added a new quality to traditional commerce that in many instances has drastically transformed the way companies and individuals trade. However, electronic commerce is not a legally safe environment, as there exists a regulatory gap that introduces uncertainty surrounding rights and obligations in cyberspace. This may result in unexpected outcomes for e-commerce participants involved in litigation.
Keywordscustom; internet custom; methodology for evidencing custom; lex mercatoria; internet lex mercatoria; internet law; electronic commerce law; internet commerce law
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