This book considers the function of the electronic signature, and demonstrates the flexibility of the English common law in recognising its various changes in form in response to technology. This new 2nd edition has been fully revised and updated in line with new case law and changes in legislation and codes. In keeping with the international nature of the internet, this book covers almost every jurisdiction which has a law on electronic signatures, including three brand-new comparative chapters on Canada, the US and Germany.
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