Unformatted text preview: enforceable because it is a term that should be reasonably expected in an online contract, since the internet is a network used by people from the whole world, therefore, if the law of Nigeria or any other country controls, it should not be a surprise. 3-Yes, E-contracts are just like paper contracts, people sign agreements that they didn’t have fully understood or even read, so the courts today tend to recognized this back by holding that you are only bounded by the those terms that you have actually a reasonable notice of it. The arguments that can be made for and against enforcing a choice-of-law clause in an online contract are that just like a paper contract, the adult who clicks on “I agree” or “I accept” is presumed to have read and agreed to the contract’s terms....
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2011 for the course BUS 331 taught by Professor Jeane during the Spring '11 term at Mt. Olive.
- Spring '11