Any solutions at all?
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I have questions !!! is it legal to copy a paperback of an book that exist in market to publish it as different edition as a new publisher? if not what is the best way to get authorized to convert it as ebook for commercial purpose.
For a start it would have been better to create a New Message rather than invade one almost four years old.
I find it hard to understand what you mean.
If the copyright is yours and there's no exclusive agreement with some other publisher then it is legal. If not then it's far from legal.