The electronic contract is
governed by the general rules and provisions that are governed by the general
theory of the contract. It is agreed between the parties to the contract, but it is characterized as a
telecommuting contract between absentees using electronic media. There is no
doubt that these characteristics that characterize the electronic contract
influence their legal system and make it have some special rules.
It is known that the normal
way to resolve all disputes is the formal judiciary. The national legislation
for the resolution of international disputes has established rules called
international jurisdiction, but in the face of the many problems faced by the
judiciary in solving the disputes of international electronic commerce, a new
institution called Electronic Arbitration has been able to provide solutions
for a range of problems that were floundering.
This study aims to study the
legal framework regulating electronic arbitration and its role in resolving
international trading contracts disputes by exploring previous studies and
international laws on this subject.