A party`s consent to a contract is void if it has been issued by an agent or entity without the power to do so in accordance with the national laws of that state. States are reluctant to investigate the internal affairs and processes of other states and, therefore, a “clear violation” is necessary, so it “would be objectively obvious to any state dealing with the issue.” At the international level, there is a strong presumption that a head of state has acted within his own authority. It seems that no contract has ever really been cancelled. [Citation required] What is defined as a redundant publication? Elsevier guidelines do not use the term “redundant publication,” but note that there are many forms of “double” publication. This can range from the publication of the same article, almost at the same time, by the same author, which usually stems from the simultaneous filing, to “autoplagiate” (which present the same article some time after the initial publication of another journal), to the description of the same research in a slightly different way and the attempt to publish both articles. On this last point, these include editorial policy and the application of this policy by the editor and the editor. Australian contracts are generally covered by the following categories: delivery, postal agreements and fund orders, trade and international conventions. How should the publisher or Elsevier react in the event of a double publication of the same author, when the main result has already been published elsewhere? How many horses is too much? It`s an editorial decision. The editor must decide whether the second article adds anything to the knowledge in this area.
If this is not the case, it is by definition a double publication and the corrective procedures that we follow in our guidelines should be followed (as a rule, revocation in any form). Are there any specific rules for publishing conference papers and posters? Often, conference papers are published on CD and/or USB stick at the conference. Authors can then submit them in journals (they are often revised). Should they be allowed by the conference organizers to re-publish them? This is an editorial policy and not necessarily an ethical one (see discussion above). If the publisher decides to publish the article in all cases, it is recommended to find out if the author has previously signed an agreement with the conference organizer. Initially, international law did not accept any contractual reservations and rejected them, unless all parties accepted the same reservations. However, in order to encourage as many states as possible to join the treaties, a more straightforward reserve rule has been established. While some treaties still explicitly prohibit any reservations, they are now generally accepted to the extent that they are not incompatible with the objectives and objectives of the treaty.