Journal of PeerScientist | Article Retraction Policy:
The article can be retracted by its own authors/ editor-in-chief/ editor/ by the advice of member’s of the scholarly community due to some infringements in ethical codes/ plagiarized content/ errors/ copyright infringement/ multiple submission/ fake claims of authorship/ fraudulent use of data or like. In such case, a Retraction Note(with proper justification) with the title of the article need to be signed by all the authors/ editor-in-chief/ editor and will be published along with the article. The HTML version of the retracted article will be removed, but the PDF version along with the Retraction Note will appear on the webpage of that particular issue.
Note: This occurs very occasionally (when the article is in the subsequent issue), but Journal of PeerScientist ensures not to violate the Publication Ethics.