i wan't to ask that ,
if a visitor post a comment on my hub ,
& i reply him in form of commment in the same hub.
is it okay or i should stop this ,
if replying in such form breaks any hubpages laws or T.O.S .
Are you asking if it's okay for you to respond to a visitor's comment in the comment section??
If so, then the answer is "Of course".
I suggest you go to Hubs, then "Best Hubs" and read any that have a lot of comments. You'll see the comment section is where the author of a hub responds to comments from visitors.
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by Mark Bruno6 years ago
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by Andrew8 years ago
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by Jacqui3 years ago
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by Ru-an6 years ago
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by Sue B.3 years ago
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