Edited by Djakhongir Saidov
Chapter 4: Sales law and digitised material
This chapter analyses the thorny question of whether, and if so to what extent, digitised material is subject to the law of sales in the same way as more conventional, more obviously corporeal, assets. In essence, this amounts to asking whether such material can be classified as ‘goods’. The discussion explores the normative implications of the classification question across several jurisdictions, and suggests a coherent means of addressing the issue, regardless of the particular regime in question.
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