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Title: حجيَّة البريد الإلكتروني في إثبات العقود : دراسة تأصيلية مقارنة
Authors: خالد نور الدائم الصديق محمد أحمد
Keywords: اثبات العقود
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية
Citation: جامعــــــــــة افريقيــــــــــــا العالميــــــــــــــــــة- عمادة الدراسات العليا والبحث العلمي والنشر- كلية الشريعة والقانون- قسم القانون الخاص
Abstract: This research came under the title (The Authenticity of E-mail in Proof of Contracts (A Comparative Rooting Study). For the purpose of completing this research, I divided it into four chapters. The first chapter was devoted to the basics of research, and the second chapter to the concept of e-mail, its history, types, address, and the characteristics of the third chapter. The fourth and last is to prove the contract by e-mail.Then she concluded this research with the most important results, including: - Electronic contracts are contracts made through means and machines that work by e-mail, and the last and most important of which is contracting via the Internet. Evidence is made in the field of electronic contracts by writing that data messages are contained, like in paper contracts. The most important recommendations are the following: • The necessity of paying attention to e-mail in the regulations and laws related to information crimes and electronic transactions - as it is one of the most widely used electronic media. • Reconsidering the Electronic Transactions Law of 2007 AD to fill in the gaps in it regarding the rules of judicial jurisdiction and I think that it is my contribution to human thought as I recommended it in the research. Then I accompanied the research with the indexes of Quranic verses, the honorable prophetic hadiths, the media index and a list of sources and references.
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