Enhancing Dispute Resolution Through DLT: A Case For Regulatory Framework Of “Smart” Contracts

Urmil Shah, 3rd year law student, Auro University Surat

Introduction

There has been quite deliberations on distributed ledger technology and its application with smart contracts on utilizing it as a mode of dispute resolution, from a conflict management standpoint. Although, smart contracts provide endless potential to assist disputing management, particularly in the field of international arbitration due to its delocalized nature; however, the compliance of such contracts with the domestic legal regime of states is imperative to ascertain the validity, from legal certainty standpoint.

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