Consent Through the Internet Under Jordanian Legal System

Ahmed Al_Nuemat, Mohammad AL-Thunibat


E-contracts as with any other kind of contract are required to apply and negotiate a number of stages or steps, whether they are legal or technical steps, in order to reach a legal conclusion. Such stages are deemed to be the legal mechanism by which e-contracts are concluded in general.a contract is legally based for its formation, on later steps and conditions that are set and stated by the related laws, which cover and regulate the parties’ consent, ‘contractual expression of contract parties’, its legitimacy, the subject-matter, and the cause of the contract. These steps and conditions  are set under the formation stage because they are treated as the fundamental grounds that the conclusion of contracts through the internet are based on, as, after applying them, the contract shall be legally concluded.The current study attempted to explore and highlight Consent through the Internet under Jordanian Legal System. In the regard of formulating the contracts, consent is required and proves to be a very significant characteristic while when contracting takes place through the medium of internet, it prerequisites a particular status creating a difference in the traditional contracts such that the subject is regarded to be very critical and the nature like its legal entity and consent existence is demonstrated.

Keywords: Consent, E-contract, Jordanian law.

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