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UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce (1996) with additional article 5 bis as adopted in 1998 and Guide to Enactment

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UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce (1996) with additional article 5 bis as adopted in 1998 and Guide to Enactment
Resolution adopted by the General Assembly
Part one. Electronic commerce in general
Chapter I. General provisions
Article 1. Sphere of application*
Article 2. Definitions
Article 3. Interpretation
Article 4. Variation by agreement
Chapter II. Application of legal requirements to data messages
Article 5. Legal recognition of data messages
Article 5 bis. Incorporation by reference
Article 6. Writing
Article 7. Signature
Article 8. Original
Article 9. Admissibility and evidential weight of data messages
Article 10. Retention of data messages
Chapter III. Communication of data messages
Article 11. Formation and validity of contracts
Article 12. Recognition by parties of data messages
Article 13. Attribution of data messages
Article 14. Acknowledgement of receipt
Article 15. Time and place of dispatch and receipt of data messages
Part two. Electronic commerce in specific areas
Chapter I. Carriage of goods
Article 16. Actions related to contracts of carriage of goods
Article 17. Transport documents
Guide to Enactment of the UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce (1996)
Purpose of this guide
I. INTRODUCTION TO THE MODEL LAW
A. Objectives
B. Scope
C. Structure
D. A "framework" law to be supplemented by technical regulations
E. The "functional-equivalent" approach
F. Default rules and mandatory law
G. Assistance from UNCITRAL secretariat
II. ARTICLE-BY-ARTICLE REMARKS
Part one. Electronic commerce in general
Chapter I. General provisions
Article 1. Sphere of application
References
Article 2. Definitions
"Data message"
"Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)"
"Originator" and "Addressee"
"Intermediary"
"Information system"
References
Article 3. Interpretation
References
Article 4. Variation by agreement
References
Chapter II. Application of legal requirements to data messages
Article 5. Legal recognition of data messages
References
Article 5 bis. Incorporation by reference
References
Article 6. Writing
References
Article 7. Signature
References
Article 8. Original
References
Article 9. Admissibility and evidential weight of data messages
References
Article 10. Retention of data messages
References
Chapter III. Communication of data messages
Article 11. Formation and validity of contracts
References
Article 12. Recognition by parties of data messages
References
Article 13. Attribution of data messages
References
Article 14. Acknowledgement of receipt
References
Article 15. Time and place of dispatch and receipt of data messages
References
Part two. Electronic commerce in specific areas
Chapter I. Carriage of goods
Article 16. Actions related to contracts of carriage of goods
References
Article 17. Transport documents
References
III. HISTORY AND BACKGROUND OF THE MODEL LAW
[History and Background]
"The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law,
"1. Recommends to Governments:
"The General Assembly,
"The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law,
[Endnotes]
[Endnotes]
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