E-Commerce Compliance

means the buying and selling of goods or services online. It includes any contractual relation entered into by parties in a digital medium. It brings within its ambit Social Networking Sites, Chat Messengers, B2B. B2C, B2B2C, C2C and C2B E-Commerce business models.

Structuring Your E-commerce Business
We advice you as to the best structuring of Your E-commerce business with due consideration to the Exit strategy You have in mind and the investors You wish to attract.



Privacy Policy
We draft the Privacy Policy based on the nature of Your E-commerce Business and the nature of User data collected by your portal.. You need to have a well drafted privacy policy to prevent you from being sued under Section 43A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 where the penalty that can be awarded against an E-commerce portal is upto 5 Crores.



Vendor Agreement
This is the foundation of the Vendor–Portal relationship in a Market place E-commerce model. It has well-defined clauses to deal with default, delivery, quality, termination and commission among the many other major provisions which are drafted by us keeping in mind the business model of Your E-commerce venture.  


Terms and Conditions
This is the Bible of Your E-commerce portals and its clauses have to reduce your liability in every way for vendor non-performance. It has to be comprehensive and cover every aspect of the contractual relationship existing between You and the Customer.


User Agreement
A user agreement is drafted by us in a manner to ensure that a User’s rights are preserved and also, the liability of the E-commerce portal is restricted due to its status of being an Intermediary under Information Technology Act, 2000.


Data Security
We advise and implement data security mechanisms for E-commerce portals to ensure compliance with Data Security Rules, failure on the part of an E-commerce portal to comply with the same renders them liable to pay penalty upto Rs. 5 Crores.


Depending on the business model, we advice on the applicable taxation law provisions and certain taxation compliances that apply to E-commerce ventures and non-compliance of which renders them liable.


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