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The Future of Civil Law: Legal Tech, Smart Contracts, and Automated Enforcement

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DOI: 10.23977/law.2023.021207 | Downloads: 25 | Views: 381

Author(s)

Li Guo 1

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1 Open University of Jiangxi, Nanchang, 330046, China

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Li Guo

ABSTRACT

This paper aims to study the impact of legal technology, smart contracts, and automated enforcement technology on the future civil law system. As technology continues to advance, the digital revolution is posing new challenges and opportunities to traditional civil law systems. The rise of smart contracts and automated enforcement technology will bring about revolutionary changes in contract law and liability law, thereby increasing the efficiency of legal services, reducing the risks of disputes, and providing a broader range of possibilities for the future legal system. This paper will analyze the potential of these new technologies and explore the legal, ethical, and security issues associated with them in order to provide profound insights into the development of future civil law.

KEYWORDS

Legal technology, smart contracts, automated enforcement, civil law, contract law, liability law, digital age, legal services

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Li Guo, The Future of Civil Law: Legal Tech, Smart Contracts, and Automated Enforcement. Science of Law Journal (2023) Vol. 2: 50-57. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/DOI: 10.23977/law.2023.021207.

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