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E-commerce Law 09 Apr 2015 02:40 #210

I agree with Musenchently. Its always better to consult a lawyer for better advice. There are actually lawyers who have specialized in this area. But you can also read relevant material on the internet to broaden your understanding of e-commerce law.
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E-commerce Law 11 Jul 2014 02:19 #91

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Why don't you check the department of commerce website in your state for more information on this.

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E-commerce Law 11 Jul 2014 02:17 #90

I would suggest that you consult a lawyer in your area. Because I think in addition to general legal requirements, there might be specific legal issues depending on the product you plan to sell.

I’m not very sure about this but its always better to consult a lawyer.
Dana W. Jimenez

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E-commerce Law 11 Jul 2014 02:15 #89

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Hi, we are planning to start an online store for automobile spare parts company that Im working for. What are the legal requirements for starting this online store?
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