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There is a demand for solutions of textbook questions, whose solution manuals are not available online.

Let's say I want to start a business creating banks of answers to the questions in these textbooks; then publish them on my website, then collecting fee for there use.

Would this violate any laws or property rights?

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Answering questions and publishing them as a work is making a derivative work. Without license, that is breaking Berne Convention and copyright laws.

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