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Choose a business name, register your business with the government, secure permits and licences, choose an eCommerce platform and build your website, load your products onto the site, launch your brand, and you're good to go!

The IT Act of 2000 is India's only cyber law, which also covers, to some extent, online e-commerce concerns. The IT Act stipulates that e-commerce entrepreneurs and owners ensure cyber law due diligence in India, despite the fact that the IT Act focuses primarily on digital signatures and associated features.

Any purchase or sale of products will be regarded illegal, and you will be unable to assert your rights in the event of fraud or corruption. The company has no protection if it is not incorporated. One of the most common legal issues in the sphere of E-Commerce is the lack of trademark protection.

This Act aims to facilitate domestic and international dealings, transactions, arrangements, agreements, contracts, and exchanges of information, as well as the storage of information, by utilising electronic, optical, and similar medium, mode, instrumentality, and technology to recognise the authenticity and reliability of customer information.

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