Electronic Communications (Amendment) (Jersey) Law 2007

A LAW to amend further the Electronic Communications (Jersey) Law 2000.

Adopted by the States                                            7th November 2006

Sanctioned by Order of Her Majesty in Council           2nd May 2007

Registered by the Royal Court                                      18th May 2007

THE STATES, subject to the sanction of Her Most Excellent Majesty in Council, have adopted the following Law –

1        Interpretation

In this Law, “principal Law” means the Electronic Communications (Jersey) Law 2000[1].

2        Article 11 amended

In Article 11 of the principal Law, in paragraph (1)(b), for the words “and the entity requires” there shall be substituted the words “, if the entity consents to the information being given by way of an electronic communication and, where the entity requires”.

3        Article 12 amended

In Article 12 of the principal Law, in paragraph (1)(c), for the words “and the entity requires” there shall be substituted the words “, if the entity consents to the signature being given by way of an electronic communication and, where the entity requires”.

4        Article 13 amended

In Article 13 of the principal Law, in paragraph (1)(c), for the words “and the entity requires” there shall be substituted the words “, if the entity consents to the production of the document by means of an electronic form of the document and, where the entity requires”.

5        Citation

This Law may be cited as the Electronic Communications (Amendment) (Jersey) Law 2007 and shall come into force 30 days after its registration.

m.n. de la haye

Greffier of the States

 


 



[1]                                    chapter 04.280


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