Bratislava Agreement

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I. Parties:1. Publisher: Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave, Právnická fakulta (Comenius University of Bratislava, Faculty of Law) Headquarters: Šafárikovo nám. 6, 810 00 Bratislava, Slovakia.Comenius University of Bratislava is a non-profit public university founded according to the legal order of the Slovak Republic. (hereinafter “publisher”) 2. Author (for several co-authors, they act in common and are jointly referred to in this agreement as the “author”). The events of autumn 1491 (the attack of King Wladislav`s brother, Duke Johann Albrecht, in northeastern Hungary, Ottoman activities in the south, and Maximilian`s successes along the Austro-Hungarian border in the west) forced Wladislav/Vladislav to resume negotiations. The opponents signed a peace treaty on 7 November 1491 in Bratislava/Preßburg. The Habsburgs accepted Wladislav/Vladislav as the legitimate king of Hungary and promised to return all the fortresses that had fallen from Maximilian and were occupied by his troops. X.The rights and obligations of the publisher and the author are covered by this agreement, unless an individual contract between the publisher and the author decides otherwise. II.1. The author, by depositing his written scientific work, written discussion paper or written criticism (hereinafter “the article”), fully and irrevocably approves the terms of this contract, regardless of the type of submission. By deposit of the article, we mean the making available to the publisher of the text of the article and the declaration of his willingness to have the article published, in any form whatsoever, in the scientific journal “Bratislava Law Review” (hereinafter referred to as “journal”).

The author may revoke this agreement only before the adoption of the article by the publisher.2. This Agreement will enter into force if the article submitted by the publisher for publication in the journal is accepted.3. The editor-in-chief and the editor-in-chief appointed by the publishing house have the right to act on behalf of the publisher in the context of the editorial procedure, including confirmation of acceptance of the article.4. The adoption of the article is carried out electronically, in particular by e-mail. The publisher can also confirm acceptance of the article by other means, for example.B. by a letter of acceptance sent by mail. The author confirms at any time that he has received acceptance of the article electronically. VI.1.

The publishing house reserves the right to refuse the article or its part if defects (formal or substantial) are found, in particular when the article:a) does not meet the criteria of a work within the meaning of copyright, b) does not meet the formal standards of the recognized journal, c) does not sufficiently explain the subject, contains simplifications or untruths, (d) has fatal defects.2. In the situation referred to in paragraph 1, the publisher may:a) extend the delivery period of the article, b) accept the work in agreement with the author, c) terminate the contract.3. If the period referred to in paragraph 2 (a) expires and the article still does not fulfil the conditions, the publisher may terminate the contract. . . .

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