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L'obligation d'information dans les contrats du commerce electronique

Abstract : Information for operators, professionals or not, is the main tool of confidence in the digital economy and the European and national texts have proliferated to reinforce this in a more and more comprehensive way. Based on its origins (common law, the Consumer Code, special laws), the study will seek to make an inventory and classify the different sources of information obligations by providing different typologies adapted to their nature or purpose (the object and its price, duration, terms) and their role in the contract process (pre-contractual information, information on the formalization of the contract, the withdrawal). It will discuss the difficulties associated with the combination of special rules and common law (contradictions, variations, overlapping). In the silence of specific texts, it will also cover the penalties for non compliance with the obligation of information depending on whether it questions or not the validity of the consent (void contract, unenforceable).
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Djamila Mahi-Disdet. L'obligation d'information dans les contrats du commerce electronique. Droit. Université d'Avignon, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011AVIG2032⟩. ⟨tel-00911671⟩



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