The EBC Reader eLibrary, available across iOS, Android and the Web, allows you to read eBooks in a simple, easy to use and immersive format. Designed also to take on the specialized format of legal text, it allows you to dynamically browse your book and interact with your text, searching, highlighting, copying, and note-making. Reading on your EBC Reader is just like reading from a book, only it gets better. The immersive touch reading experience simply makes you forget that you are reading on a tablet or even your phone. And what is more, to enhance your reading comfort and pleasure, you can increase the font size and read in the night mode if you so prefer.
Here we bring you the collection of most trending 10 eBooks on EBC Reader:
-by Surendra Malik and Sudeep Malik
The Digest contains the entire case law of the Supreme Court from 1950 to 2019 on the three most vital aspects of criminal jurisprudence, namely, Bail, Anticipatory Bail and Quashment.
With publication of the update volume 2 of this Digest, the Supreme Court case law is now updated upto 2019.
-revised by Dr R. Prakash
The new second edition of the work has been thoroughly revised and enlarged. It now incorporates the exhaustive amendments made in the Civil Procedure Code and other Acts and Rules and the numerous judgments of courts on vital points passed by the courts since the previous edition. Some new chapters have been added. A chapter has been added on Consumer Protection Act.
-by R. Prakash
The book explains the law applicable to cases of Bias and Malafides, judicial as well as administrative, involving favoritism, prejudice, partiality, ill-will, spite, personal bias etc., by courts of law, domestic tribunals, Government, Ministers of Government, Administrative Officers, local authorities etc., when exercising a discretionary power vested in them by law.
-by Puneet Pathak
This book gives an overview of the history, nature, sources and principles of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) in the first part of the book. It explains the development of the protection, status and rights of refugees under international and regional treaties and conventions in the second and final part.
This book will be useful for teachers and students of law, political science, sociology, human rights and other disciplines of humanities as well as for general reading.
-by Neha Vyas
Competition Law: Concepts, Law and Practice by Neha Vyas is part of EBC’s Commercial Titles Series.
The book covers topics such as economic analysis of competition law, it’s origin and history, tools essential for determining market power, rule of reason and per se rule and various forms of vertical and horizontal agreements.
-by C K Thakker
Administrative Law by C.K. Thakker provides the correct, concise and complete view of the provision of Administrative Law and critical exposition of the principles involved therein.
The doctrine of Judicial Review has been dealt with exhaustively in the book. New doctrines, such as doctrines of estoppel, proportionality, legitimate expectation etc. have been discussed. Judicial remedies such as prerogative remedies of writs, constitutional remedies etc. have been highlighted.
-by D.N. Saraf
This scholarly work unfolds the collective wisdom of legal luminaries on a subject of great topical interest. The book focuses attention on the myriad problems of the weaker segments of the society. This is a must book for anyone interested in the subject.
-by Pratima Narayan
E-Commerce: Legal Compliance by Dr. Pratima Narayan blends all facets of electronic commerce and vividly charts the roles and responsibilities of every stakeholder. The book provides valuable insights into the requirements for disclosure in all its facets, applicable to every electronic commerce transaction, be it a product or a service.
-by Shweta Vishwanathan
The book conveys the concepts, contours and conundrums of the basic branch of law of Contracts. Its narrative style is simple and very easy to understand. By using illustrations effectively, the author has made the book highly entertaining to read.
-by K.N.C. Pillai
This classic work provides an interesting study of the fundamental principles of criminal procedure in a logical sequence. The topic wise treatment of the subject along with references to academic writings and the judicial decisions makes the study of criminal procedure meaningful and comprehensive.