Obligations of the author

The authors guarantee that the papers they submit for publication represent the results of their own or joint theoretical or empirical research.

Authors are obliged to adhere to ethical standards related to scientific research work in accordance with international standards in their works.

Authors are obliged to respect the copyright and intellectual property of other persons in their works.

Authors of contributions are obliged to adhere to scientific methodology when writing papers, as well as to respect the Instructions for authors.

Authors are obliged to submit an author’s declaration in the form of a copy of which can be downloaded from the journal’s website: https://evropskozakonodavstvo.rs/en/manuscript-submission/

Papers that have already been published under the same or similar title in another publication will not be published in European legislation. An exception is possible only in the situation, if the editor-in-chief of the journal assesses that the quality of the work is such that its publication in whole or in part and with respect to all copyrights could contribute to the improvement of scientific research. In the aforementioned case, the source from which the attachment was taken is stated in the footnote on the title page of the paper, with the note that only one of the published papers can be submitted for evaluation in terms of the Rulebook of the relevant ministry that regulates the procedure, method of evaluation and quantitative presentation of scientific research results.

The authors warrant that the manuscript does not contain unfounded or illegal claims and does not infringe the rights of others. The publisher will not bear any responsibility in the event of any claims for damages.

Content of work

The paper should contain sufficient detail and references to enable reviewers, and subsequently readers, to verify the claims made in it. Deliberately making false claims is a violation of ethical standards. Collections and book reviews must be accurate and objective.

The authors bear all responsibility for the content of the submitted manuscripts and are obliged, if necessary, to obtain the consent of all persons or institutions that directly participated in the research presented in the manuscript before their publication.

Authors who wish to include illustrations, tables or other materials that have already been published somewhere in the work are obliged to obtain the consent of the copyright holders. Materials for which such evidence is not provided are assumed to be the original work of the author.


Authors are obliged to list as authors only those persons who significantly contributed to the content of the manuscript, that is, they are obliged to list as authors all persons who significantly contributed to the content of the manuscript. If other persons other than the authors participated in important aspects of the research project and the preparation of the manuscript, their contribution should be mentioned in a note or acknowledgment.

Citation of source

Authors are obliged to correctly cite sources that significantly influenced the content of the research and manuscript. Information obtained in private conversations or correspondence with third parties, when reviewing project applications or manuscripts, etc., may not be used without their express written consent.

Conflict of interest

Authors are obliged to indicate in their work financial or any other conflicts of interest that could influence the presented results and interpretations.

Errors in published papers

In the event that authors discover an important error in their work during or after its publication, they are obliged to immediately notify the editor or publisher and to cooperate with them in order to withdraw or correct the work.

By submitting the manuscript to the Editorial board of the European Legislation, the authors undertake to comply with all the aforementioned obligations.