Online Sales



Besides financial transaction concern, e-commerce must be harmonized with security and transparent regulation, which cannot become an obstacle to general assertion of jurisdiction.


Online sales Regulation General Jurisdiction 


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  1. 1.3rd RegionFederal Court of AppealsSão PauloBrazil

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