This study deals with the duties of the seller to buyer in these modern contracts that differ from those of traditional ones in their conclusion, with their parties living in different locations. Accordingly, the seller's obligations in the e-commerce contracts are relatively numerous, before and after the conclusion of the e-contract. This research paper shows that the seller is committed to many obligations before the conclusion of the e-contract such as identifying the necessary stages for the completion and implementation of the contract, listing of goods specifications and prices, costs of goods delivery, validity of quotation of contracted goods, payment methods, period and method of goods delivery, in addition to other obligations referred to in the study. This work has also identified the seller's post e-contract obligations: they are general and specific. The former include the delivery of purchased goods to the buyer, insurance of unnoticed defects, exposure and maturity. The latter include the buyer's obligation to notify the buyer about the details of the purchased goods, assuring conformity of goods specifications to contract terms, ensuring safety of purchased goods, assuring the buyer's right to abandon the purchase, and finally preserving the buyer's personal information obtained during the conclusion of the contract
"Seller Commitment in E-Commerce Contracts,"
Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات: Vol. 14
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jpu/vol14/iss1/4