SIBERIAN LAW HERALD
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Previously Expressed Consent on Performance of Obligations in E-Commerce

Author(s)
Zainutdinova Elizaveta Vladimirovna
Abstract
The modern direction of the development of the modern science of civil law is determined - the legal regulation of the fulfillment of obligations automatically without a physical presence, in legal science there is a need to understand the legal basis of this execution and the legal means that can be applied to it. The question is asked about the use of the concept of the debtor’s previously expressed consent for the performance of an obligation. In this article, the author aims to describe the mechanism of automated fulfillment of obligations using the design of the debtor’s previously expressed consent, the significance of the actions of the debtor in such execution, as well as the possibility of improper performance of the obligation in such execution. The author offers a pre-expressed consent to fulfill the obligation to define as consent, which is given through the performance of specific actions by the party to the obligation and expresses the intention of this party to give rise to legally significant consequences in the form of actions to fulfill the obligation. It is determined that a party gives pre-expressed consent using electronic means, and this consent is not entitled to change or cancel. The author concludes that the category of pre-expressed consent should be used to describe the automated fulfillment of obligations in electronic commerce.
About the Authors

Elizaveta V. Zainutdinova

Assistant, Department of Business Law, Civil and Arbitration Proceedings, Novosibirsk National Research State University,

1 Pirogova St., 630090, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation

e-mail: zainutdinovaev@gmail.com

For citation
Previously Expressed Consent on Performance of Obligations in E-Commerce. Sibirskij yuridicheskij vestnik, 2020, no 1 (88), pp. 58–62. (in Russian)
Keywords
previously expressed consent, performance of obligations, previously expressed consent on performance of obligations, automated performance of obligations, smart contract
UDC
347.42
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