Since this research study is titled as `Regulation of Private Actors in Outer Space — India’s Role’, it would require some broader analysis for India unlikely not so much required in the case of countries outside India. The structure of this chapter follows the basic three pillars of regulation — policies, legislations and institutions. The sequence of this chapter begins with policies to regulate private actors. But it was observed in the previous chapter that there were no private actors at first instance in any country. It is also true for India. So the policies were made to make some basic foundation to build national space infrastructure and then subsequently moved forward to regulate the state and private actors. The second sequence connects with almost all existing legislations of India to regulate the space activities of private actors though there is no direct or dedicated space legislation till date. The legislations are informally classified for analysis to be more meaningful. The last sequence relates with regulation for private actors on making institutions.