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Articles by Parviz Bagheri
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  Parviz Bagheri and K.H. Hassan
  While Iran is transforming itself into a forerunner in the ICT arena, its laws must be relevant to the transition. Not only should the laws be applicable to innovations in E-commerce but they should also be on par with and sensitive to the legal developments taking place worldwide including consumer protection. Against that background, the researchers discuss the development of electronic commerce and consumer protection in Iran from the legal perspective. A question arises: whether Iran has a proper legal framework for E-commerce and consumer protection? Electronic Commerce Law 2004 and Consumer Rights Protection Act (CRPA) 2009 are the laws which inspire hopes to solve legal problems of business conduct in virtual era. The CRPA 2009, furthermore is only supplementary in nature and is not a main act and the lack of relatedness among these laws reduces their efficacy in protecting consumer rights.
  Parviz Bagheri and K.H. Hassan
  Iran's 5 years economic plans have called for gradual movement towards a free market economy. E-commerce is one branch of economic activity that has begun to flourish in Iran. For that to be sustained, certain policy, infrastructures and standards are necessary such as a strong banking system, proper legislation, data security and copyrights and coordination of national financial legislation with international standards. This study examines the policy and infrastructure available in Iran to cater for the development of E-commerce. The memorandum of policy shows the responsibilities of executive agencies related to E-commerce in Iran. The various roles of the Iranian governmental departments and agencies show the specified duties and powers of each of them pertaining to the governance and management of E-commerce.
  Parviz Bagheri and K.H. Hassan
  The purpose of this study is to discuss the relevant issues on conflict of laws in internet transactions from the Iranian legal perspective. The application of the conflict of laws doctrine has led to jurisdictional conundrums over e-commerce contract disputes. Conflict of laws in on-line transactions is still in a state of unsettledness in Iran. The researchers discuss the conflict of laws in Iran from the aspects of conflict of forum and conflict of laws. The Iranian electronic commerce law is examined in the context of the Brussels regulation. The Iranian civil code as a local legislation and the United Nations convention on international electronic communications 1980 which is an international document are also examined in this study.
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