Principles of interpretation
An ebook by Sandeep Bhalla.
Principles of interpretation is a kindle ebook, written for beginners and expert alike for those interested in law. Reading laws i.e. bare legislation itself can be tedious. In law an ‘and’ is not always an ‘and’ but can be an ‘or’. ‘Shall’ can be ‘may be’ or ‘vice versa or a ‘must be’, depending upon the context. Here is a book to understand this jargon:
The book cites precedents and where available, citations are linked to the live source of the judgement relied upon. A must for a practicing lawyer and a student alike.
Clicking the picture above shall take you to google play book store’s relevant page. Using Iphone or Kindle paperwhite? No problem. Click on this picture to read Principles of Interpretation on Amazon Kindle.
A review of KENP* read scheme of Kindle:
(Kindle Edition Normalized Pages (KENP) Read)*
Kindle has introduce a new method of payment of royalty to authors who have enrolled their books to Kindle Lenders Library (KLL) and Kindle Owners Lending Library (KOLL) where the readers can borrow and read the books. From this July the authors shall be paid royalty on per read page basis. As to what exactly that means is not clear. If somebody scrolls down a few pages and starts reading after skipping few pages, will that count? There are many similar questions about a computer deciding the meaning of ‘read’. But that part is another matter. Here is a problem that is created on the assumption that people buy books to read from page one to last. The fact is that this proposition is true only of fiction books.
Effect on research books:
Medicine, law and Science are foremost research subject. In research there is a long chain of history and a conclusion. Unlike fiction in which people read to pass time, most people by research book to reach at conclusion. They are not concerned with the process through which conclusion was reached. But as it is, readers pays for entire research. Not just for the page on which conclusion is reached.
About law books:
Law books are reference books. Continue reading
Response from Notionpress to
my previous review of their services.
Hello Mr. Bhalla
Below is our response for your blog post about our company NotionPress. We thank you for your time and hope that after reading our response you would take down the post which we feel misrepresents the company as fraudulent while we are an ethical and honest company. Our response to excerpts from your article is indicated in blue color below.
“Notionpress a publication fraud.”
Our team is very concerned about the use of the word ‘Fraud’ as we have never approached you for any Fee to publish under the free publishing program. Under our pro publishing program, we clearly indicate what services we provide for the fee. Several authors have published their books under our Free publishing program and their books are being sold on our own store and Flipkart.com where they are paid royalty regularly. You can browse through our online store to find the books published under Free publishing.
Notionpress a publication if a fraud.
Notionpress claims to be an online hard copy publisher like createspace dot com in USA. On its web site it proudly proclaims the number of authors registered with it and the number of books it has published. The reality of these numbers is however different.
Fraud is an industry in India:
Problem of fraud is next only to the problem of crony capitalism and unscrupulous corporations. In another instance we had seen the demonstration how a coaching institute is systematically cheating the students by selling improbable dreams. A similar story is unfolded in notionpress dot com. But the fact is fraud is a serious allegation. How can I say it. As per laws of India, fraud is concealment of material facts. More about ‘Fraud’ can be read here. The website of Notionpress proclaims free publishing in these words: Continue reading
An ebook about law relating to co-ownership or joint ownership of property, its enjoyment and its partition, in India.
Right to own property in India dates back, mythologically to over 5000 years and if we go by ancient scriptures, at least 2000 years. If Indians call their country motherland, they call the land they own, as their mother; the provider of all needs, from nourishment to shelter. In other words the attachment to land is a matter of emotion and not purely of law.
It is for this reason, the British Government as the colonial rulers over India in 1893, enacted a unique law called Partition Act, 1893. This law along with other laws and the ancient principles of Hindu Law govern the ownership of property which is owned by more than one person.
This book deals with all the nuances of law relating to ownership, enjoyment and partition of this property including the principles on which the property can be forced to be sold by public auction by court.
Buy ebook on Joint Property and its partition at Google Play Store:
Android users can buy this ebook at Google Play Store by clicking here or picture below.
Others can also install Google Books and download from above link itself.
Buy ebook on Joint Property and its Partition at Amazon Kindle:
Apart from Google Books, ebook on Joint Property and Partition is also available on Amazon Kindle and can be accessed by installing the Kindle App on other phones and tablets like IPhone, Ipads etc.
Clicking on picture shall take you to amazon site where you can buy the Kindle Edition of this book.