Electronic Communications Convention- Impact on common law jurisdictions 2008

Convention on the Use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts: Impact on common-law jurisdictions By: Michael Deturbide[1]

Readers are cautioned that the ideas or conclusions set forth in this paper, including any proposed statutory language and any comments or recommendations, may not have not been adopted by the Uniform Law Conference of Canada.  They may not necessarily reflect the views of the Conference and its Delegates. Please consult Resolutions on this topic as adopted by the Conference at the Annual meeting.

 

Québec City, Québec August 2008
Table of Contents

I. Background

II. Introduction and Methodology

III. Exclusions

IV. Application and Derogation

V. Definitions

VI. Location of the Parties

VII. Information Requirements

VIII. Functional Equivalency and Technological Neutrality

IX. Electronic Contracts

X. Automated Message Systems

XI. Final Provisions

XII. Summary Conclusions

FOOTNOTES

Pre-Implementation Report on the Convention on the Use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts

Next Annual Meeting

2018 Conference (Centennial)

Delta Hotel

Québec City, QC

August 12 - 16, 2018