The ‘eIDAS' Regulation & Its Effect On Maltese Electronic Commerce Law
17 February 2017
Mamo TCV Advocates
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On 1st July 2016, Regulation No. 910/2014 on electronic
identification and trust services for electronic transactions in
the internal market ('eIDAS Regulation') took effect in
Malta. The Regulation was transposed into Maltese law by means of
Act XXXV of 2016. All existing Maltese provisions that were
inconsistent with the eIDAS Regulation have been amended or
This article seeks to describe the main features of the eIDAS
Regulation (regulating, inter alia, electronic signatures,
electronic seals and electronic time stamps), and more importantly,
to offer guidance on the various changes and effects of this EU
Regulation on Maltese eCommerce Law.
The content of this article is intended to provide a general
guide to the subject matter. Specialist advice should be sought
about your specific circumstances.
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