Terms and conditions of publishing blogs/Content on Centre for Constitutional Research and Development (https://ccrd.vidhiaagaz.com/)
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- The article submitted is an original work and has neither been published anywhere nor is
under consideration for publication by any other publisher
- If any plagiarism found in article after Publication, the author is solely responsible not the Centre for Constitutional Research and Development.
- That in case of adverse public opinion, governmental action, criticism or harm to the image of the blog, the blog editors reserves the right to take down the article.
- All the rights to accept or dismiss an article would vest with Centre for Constitutional Research and Development, and can be executed at any time with due consideration by the management.
- That any liability arising out of any views or opinion or language used in the article is solely that of the author, and as a platform Centre for Constitutional Research and Development or the owners of the blog would not be responsible for the same.
- That Centre for Constitutional Research and Development is being given unlimited and unrestricted, in times of time and geographical locations, language and medium, license to publish the article in the CCRD blog and any other publication and platform. While the author retains copyright and all moral rights over the article, the author agrees not to publish the article on any other blog, website or webpage including LinkedIn pulse or any other web based medium. The author is free to republish the article on any non-web based medium with the clarification that the article was first published on the Centre for Constitutional Research and Development Blog and mention the date of publication.
- That the author the author may publish an extract of the article, not exceeding 40% of the original article on their own personal blog or a blog of which he/she is the sole owner only after taking written permission from Centre for Constitutional Research and Development. Such article must be published along with a clarification that the article was first published on Centre for Constitutional Research and Development along with a link to the original webpage from CCRD Blog where the article has been published.
- That the author may publish an extract of the article, not exceeding 15% of the original article, on any other web based platforms including Linkedin Pulse, Facebook Note or any other blog.
- Any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this terms and conditions, copyright, licensing or the breach, termination or invalidity thereof shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the Rules of Arbitration of the Access or Justice Institute (justiceinstitute.in), and the and the award made in pursuance thereof shall be binding on the parties. The parties agree that the arbitration proceedings shall be conducted by way of submission of written pleadings, documents and submissions made by the parties without any oral hearing. The parties agree that the written pleadings will be submitted to the arbitrator appointed by the said Institute who will resolve the dispute and differences hereunder by fast track procedure. The arbitrator shall take a decision in a time bound manner after considering only such written arguments. The decision or award so given by the Arbitrator shall be binding on the parties hereto. In case, one of the parties does not take part in the arbitration proceedings and/or obstruct the arbitration proceedings, the Arbitrator shall pass ex parte order which would be enforceable on both the parties.
- That the consideration of publishing the article for free and providing editorial services to process the article and making it fit for publication without charges is sufficient consideration and the author has accepted the same in order to benefit from exposure to the audience of Centre for Constitutional Research and Development Blog.