Law Audience Journal’s Withdrawal Policy basically describes that under what circumstances an author or the authors may withdrawal their paper prior to their publication in the Journal.
I/we hereby declare that the current submission (short article, article, research paper, case comment and book review) has not been submitted for publication anywhere else or has not been published on another platform whether online or offline or not under consideration for publication. I/we also declare that after the submission of my/our short article or article or research paper or case comment or book review (as the case may be) to the Law Audience Journal for publication, I’ll/we’ll not withdraw my/our submission till the date of declaration of shortlisted submissions for publication in the Journal for any reason whatsoever. I/we also declare that if the Editorial Board Members recommend any changes then I’ll/we’ll incorporate all the recommended changes in the short article or article or case comment or book review or research paper within the stipulated time.
UNDER THE FOLLOWING CIRCUMSTANCES OR STAGES THE AUTHOR OR AUTHORS CAN WITHDRAW THE SUBMISSION:
- If it is informed (prior declaration to the of shortlisted submissions for publication) to the author or authors that your submission has not been accepted by the Editorial Board; or
- When you receive your submission to reduce the plagiarism.
RIGHTS OF LAW AUDIENCE JOURNAL IN CASE OF BREACH OF WITHDRAWAL POLICY:
- If the author or authors breach the above-mentioned POLICY then the Law Audience Journal can take any legal action against the author or authors; or
- If the author or authors withdraw the submission against the stages provided to the author or authors to withdraw the submission then, in that case, the Publisher shall have a discretionary right or power to publish the submission even without the permission of the author or authors.
- The Journal shall have a right to blacklist the author or authors permanently (It means that if the author breaches the POLICY then he/she will not be entitled to submit a paper for publication again).