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2018, vol. 57, iss. 81, pp. 259-268
The law on electronic commerce-ten years later
Univerzitet 'Goce Delčev', Pravni fakultet, Štip, Republika Makedonija

emailigor.kambovski@ugd.edu.mk
Abstract
The Law on Electronic Commerce in the Republic of Macedonia was adopted in 2007, in the conditions when there were only a few e-stores on the domestic market and when consumers' awareness of new trading opportunities was at a very low level. However, this law, introducing a legal framework that regulates new, revolutionary ways of doing business and trading, is specific for several reasonsit sets the foundations of a new platform for performing trade activity, but also brings the news into traditionally strictly formal contractual and legal relations, both regarding the status of participants in these relations, as well as in terms of dematerialization and the simplification of new contracts. Also, the new, electronic contract redefines the traditional notions of the contract law in terms of the phases and stages of the agreement, the form of the contract and the ways in which it is fulfilled. This paper presents a small, ten-year retrospective of the creation and development of the legal framework for e-business and e-commerce.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Preliminary Report
DOI: 10.5937/zrpfni1881259K
published in SCIndeks: 01/02/2019
peer review method: double-blind
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