Title of article :
Judicial Citation of Electronic Evidence in E-commerce Cases and its Social Effects
Bani Yaghoub, Somayeh Islamic Azad University - Dubai, United Arab Emirates. , Karimim, Abbas Faculty of Law and Political Science - University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran , Shahbazinia, Morteza Faculty of Law - Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
With the expansion of technology and its impact on the various aspects of human life, particularly in the field of commerce and exchanges, and with the expansion of competition in the field of international trade, the study of various aspects of electronic commerce as one of the most important effects of this type of business, is inevitable. The present research seeks to answer the main question: "what is the judicial citation of electronic evidence in electronic commerce cases, and what legal and social effects will it have?". Methodology: The present study is a descriptive-analytic (qualitative) one and uses inferential methodology using the researcherchr('39')s ability to understand the legal scans related to the judicial citation of electronic evidence in electronic commerce cases and also to rely on evidence and facts are used. Findings: Using electronic communications as a means of conducting various types of interaction, such as deals, poses an important topic for e-commerce that due to the features of cyberspace, the clarification of the legal system in electronic commerce cases has a particular importance to the other issues of IT rights in the line with judicial justice. Conclusion: If the process of discovery and access to electronic evidence is carried out in accordance with the legal principles, it can be the basis for issuing the sentence and the rules governing the evidence (law) are also the same for the electronic commerce cases.
Electronic Evidence , Electronic Commerce , Judicial Citation , Evidence (Law)
Journal title :
Iranian Journal of Educational Sociology