The conditions of License agreement
By sending the manuscript to the publisher, the Author grants the publisher the license to use the work (the “License”) in any manner known at the moment of submission to the editorial office (in particular Section 19 (4) of Act No. 185/2015, as amended, the Copyright Act), without subject-matter or geographic limitation of the license during the period of existence of the author's copyrights (Section 32 of the Copyright Act).
Under the license, the publisher is especially authorized (including the publisher acting through a third party): (i) to make copies of the manuscript and to store them, (ii) to include and publish the manuscript in STUDIA IURIDICA Cassoviensia, (iii) to include the manuscript in another work or combine it with another work and publish it, especially in the form of a collection, in other form of printed and/or electronic publication, (iv) to distribute or make the manuscript available to the public, in particular via the internet, (v) to save/upload the manuscript to data carriers and to distribute or make them available to the public, (vi) to save/upload the manuscript to electronic or other databases, computer systems, and to distribute or make the manuscript available to the public through them, (vii) to translate the manuscript to other languages.
The Author grants the publisher the license as free and non-exclusive. The publisher has the right to grant the use of the manuscript to a third party within the scope of the granted license (the “Sublicense”).
As parties to the license agreement, the publisher and the Author have the right to request from each other a written confirmation of the conclusion of the license agreement in accordance with Section 65 (4) of the Copyright Act. If either party fails to exercise such right within 15 days from execution of the license agreement, the right to confirmation expires. If the right is invoked and the confirmation is not issued within 15 days from receipt of such request, it is presumed that the license agreement was not concluded. The publisher and the Author also agree that the Author is not entitled to terminate or cancel a granted license without requiring the other party’s expression of will.
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