For the moduli problem of a curve of genus $g$ with $n$ marked points, how large an $n$ is needed to ensure the existence of a fine moduli space? For this question, terminology is that of Mumford's GIT.

For the following three moduli problems, how big an $N$ is required for existence of a fine moduli space? The terminology is from the exposes of Deligne-Rapoport and Katz-Mazur, or Shimura. The first is in French, the second is too big, and the third is using old language and never mentions the modern terminology of universal elliptic curve, etc.. Therefore it is not possible for me to dig up the information myself.

i) Elliptic curves equipped with a cyclic subgroup of order $N$ -- this moduli problem corresponds to the modular group $\Gamma_0(N)$.

ii) Elliptic curves equipped with a point of order $N$ -- this moduli problem corresponds to the modular group $\Gamma_1(N)$.

ii) Elliptic curves equipped with a symplectic pairing on $N$-torsion points -- this moduli problem corresponds to the modular group $\Gamma (N)$.

References other than the above, will be appreciated.