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Article 319. Juridical act concluded using electronic means

(1) In case if a juridical act is concluded using any electronic means, and the person did not conclude it using an electronic signature as provided in Article 318 (3), the consent of such person is presumed until it denies it gave consent.
(2) A person may not deny its consent only because it expressed using electronic means if the person accepted the use of such an electronic means in a previously concluded juridical act.
(3) For the purposes of proving consent denied under paragraph (1), an interested person may rely on any evidence except for witnesses.
(4) The fact that the juridical act concluded according to this article does not amount to a juridical act in writing does not impede reliance on the terms in text form consented to by by the parties to the act.

LPA C civ, art. 29 [Statutory Building Right over Public Rent and Royalty]

Article 10. Components of a Condominium