Art Antiquity and Law - General Index 1996 - 2014 - L

 

 

Topics covered:

Latin America
Legislation
Libraries
Libya
Liens
Limitation Periods
Listed Buildings
Loans
Looted Art
Lorca




 

 

 

Latin America 2002 VII-3 Magdalena Morales Rojas and Kimberley Shmeits Preservation of Mexico's Cultural Heritage
Legislation 1997 II-1 Norman Palmer and Janet Ulph Art in Police Custody: the Police (Property) Act 1897 in Context
Legislation 2003 VIII-4 Richard Harwood Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Act 2003
Legislation 2003 VIII-4 Kevin Chamberlain The Iraq (United Nations Sanctions) Order 2003 - Is It Human Rights Act-Compatible?
Libraries 2013 XVIII-4 Patricia Kennedy Grimsted Chabad Sacred Texts, Russian-American Art Loans and a Tall Ship Named ‘Hope’: Beyond Cold War over a Restitution Claim?
Libya 2009 XIV-4 Tullio Scovazzi The Return of the Venus of Cyrene
Liens 2011 XVI-3 Norman Palmer Spencer v. Franses and Jabir v. Jordan
Liens 2012 XVII-3 Paul Stevenson Unpicking a Tapestry of Entitlement: Spencer v. S. Franses Ltd
Limitation Periods 1996 I-4 Carla Shapreau California's Discovery Rule (Naftzger v. Amercian Numismatic Society; Society of California Pioneers v. Baker)
Limitation Periods 1997 II-2 Ruth Redmond-Cooper Good Faith Acquisition of Stolen Art
Limitation Periods 1998 III-3 Ruth Redmond-Cooper Quedlinburg Indictment Comes too Late
Limitation Periods 1998 III-4 Antony Mair Misappropriation and Skulduggery in Germany and Russia: the Case of Wtewael's The Holy Family (City of Gotha v. Sotheby's and Cobert Finance)
Limitation Periods 1999 IV-4 Ruth Redmond-Cooper Time Limits in Art and Antiquity Claims (Part I)
Limitation Periods 2004 IX-3 Jack Lee Treaties, Time Limits and Treasure Trove: The Legal Protection of Cultural Objects in Singapore
Limitation Periods 2000 V-2 Astrid Mueller-Katzenburg Possession and Ownership of Stolen or Otherwise Lost Works of Art
Limitation Periods 2000 V-2 Ruth Redmond-Cooper Limitation of Actions in Art and Antiquity Claims (Part II)
Limitation Periods 2001 VI-1 David Carey Miller, David Meyers, Anne Cowe Restitution of Art and Cultural Objects: a Reassessment of the Role of Limitation 
Limitation Periods 2001 VI-3 Lambert Kohling Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem v. Christie's
Limitation Periods 2012 XVII-1 Jhiela C. Mirdamadi  Too Little, Too Late: Dunbar v. Seger-Thomschitz and the Ongoing Challenge Posed by Prescriptive periods in Holocaust-Era Art and Cultural Property Restitution Matters
Limitation Periods 2013 XVIII-3 Katharine Mason The Limitations of Gifts: Levy v. Watt
Limitation Periods 2014 XIX-1 Katharine Mason Limitation Periods and Good Faith: Kurtha v. Marks
Limitation Periods 2014 XIX-3 Alexander Herman The Perils of Not Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Levy v. Watt
Limitation Periods 2014 XIX-4 Katharine Mason Asserting Laches in Claim Brought by Museum: Matter of Flamembaum
Listed Buildings 1997 II-2 A.H. Hudson Lancaster City Council v. Whittingham
Listed Buildings 2001 VI-2 Kathryn Last and Carolyn Shelbourn Caring for Places of Worship? An Analysis of Controls over Listed Buildings in England and Scotland
Listed Buildings 2007 XII-4 A.H. Hudson A Chapel and Two Chandeliers (listed building appeal)
Listed Buildings 2012 XVII-4 Gertrude M. Prescott Heritage Impacted: What we stand to lose if the Royal Institution of Great Britain sells its listed buildings and original home
Loans 1996 I-3 Norman Palmer Art Loans as Legal Animals
Loans 1998 III-1 George Ortiz The Cross-Border Movement of Art: Can & Should it be Stemmed?
Loans 1998 III-4 Norman Palmer Lenders, Borrowers and the Insurance of Art Works (Blundell v. State of New South Wales)
Loans 1999 IV-1 Antony Anderson A Collector's View of the Art Loan Process: Lessons from the Denney Collection
Loans 1999 IV-1 Martha Lufkin Caught Holding the Bag: When Stolen Art Claims Hits Museum Hosting Loans Shows
Loans 1999 IV-3 Antony Anderson A Postscript to the Denney Collection
Loans 1999 IV-4 Martha Lufkin The Subpoena Heard Around the World: the Schiele Litigation
Loans 1999 IV-4 Stephen Weil The American Legal Response to the Problem of Holocaust Art
Loans 2001 VI-4 Rosalie Cass The Museum Courier and the Distribution of Liability for Loans in Transit
Loans 2002 VII-3 Martha Lufkin Whistling Past the Graveyard isn't Enough: US May Seek to Confiscate Painting Lent by Austrian Museum which Allegedly Knew it was Nazi Loot
Loans 2007 XII-1 Ina Jahn Loans versus Gifts: Determing the Donor’s Intention (Lord Beaverbrook v. The Beaverbrook Art Gallery)
Loans 2008 XIII-3 Norman Palmer The Curator’s Egg: Kamidian v. Holt
Looted Art 1998 III-3 Folarin Shyllon One Hundred Years of Looting Nigerian Art Treasures 1897-1996
Looted Art 1998 III-3 Folarin Shyllon One Hundred Years of Looting Nigerian Art Treasures 1897-1996
Looted Art 1998 III-4 Antony Mair Misappropriation and Skulduggery in Germany and Russia: the Case of Wtewael's The Holy Family (City of Gotha v. Sotheby's and Cobert Finance)
Looted Art 1999 IV-2 Paul Lomas and Simon Orton City of Gotha and Federal Republic of Germany v. Sotheby's and Cobert Finance SA: Potential Repercussions from the City of Gotha Decision
Looted Art 1999 IV-3 David Carey Miller and Nancy Leidiger Natural Law in the Ascendancy: Forced Auction Title Defect; a German Law Case Study
Looted Art 1999 IV-4 Leila Anglade Art, Law and the Holocaust: The French Situation
Looted Art 1999 IV-4 Martha Lufkin The Subpoena Heard Around the World: the Schiele Litigation
Looted Art 1999 IV-4 Patrick O'Keefe The Draft Resolution on Looted Jewish Cultural Property Produced by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Looted Art 1999 IV-4 Stephen Weil The American Legal Response to the Problem of Holocaust Art
Looted Art 2000 V-1 He Shuzhong The Mainland's Environment and the Protection of China's Cultural Heritage
Looted Art 2000 V-1 Martha Lufkin Forfeiture of an Antiquity Claimed by Italy: the Steinhardt Case
Looted Art 2000 V-2 Astrid Mueller-Katzenburg Possession and Ownership of Stolen or Otherwise Lost Works of Art
Looted Art 2000 V-2 Folarin Shyllon International Standards for Cultural Heritage: An African Perspective
Looted Art 2000 V-3 Wojciech Kowalski The Machinery of Nazi Art Looting: The Nazi Law on the Confiscation of Cultural Property - Poland: a Case Study
Looted Art 2000 V-3 Norman Palmer Museums and the Holocaust: the Futility of Litigation
Looted Art 2000 V-3 Martha Lufkin Why Nazi Loot Ceased being 'Stolen' when US Forces Seized it in Austria: The Federal 'Schiele' Case
Looted Art 2000 V-4 Lyndel Prott Cultural Heritage Law: the Perspective of the Source Nations
Looted Art 2000 V-4 Norman Palmer Sending them Home: some Observations on the Relocation of Cultural Objects from UK Museums
Looted Art 2001 VI-1 Patrick O'Keefe The Use of Criminal Offences in UNESCO Countries: Australia, Canada and the U.S.A.
Looted Art 2001 VI-3 Norman Palmer Memory and Morality: Museum Policy and Holocaust Cultural Assets
Looted Art 2002 VII-1 Christine Alder and Ken Polk Stopping this Awful Business: the Illicit Traffic in Antiquities Examined as a Criminal Market
Looted Art 2002 VII-1 Jongsok Kim The Oe-KyuJangGak Archives
Looted Art 2002 VII-2 John Timmins The Macchiaioli Affair: Lost and Found in Italy
Looted Art 2002 VII-2 Malcolm Bell III Italian Antiquities in America
Looted Art 2002 VII-3 Martha Lufkin Whistling Past the Graveyard isn't Enough: US May Seek to Confiscate Painting Lent by Austrian Museum which Allegedly Knew it was Nazi Loot
Looted Art 2002 VII-3 Teresa Giovanini The Holocaust and Looted Art
Looted Art 2002 VII-3 Magdalena Morales Rojas and Kimberley Shmeits Preservation of Mexico's Cultural Heritage
Looted Art 2002 VII-3 Roderick J. McIntosh Africa: Cause for Despair and for Hope
Looted Art 2003 VIII-1 Leila Anglade The Portrait of Pastor Adrianus Tegularius by Franz Hals: the Schloss Case before the French Criminal Courts
Looted Art 2003 VIII-2 Folarin Shyllon Negotiations for the Return of Nok Sculptures from France to Nigeria - An Unrighteous Conclusion
Looted Art 2003 VIII-2 Melvin Soudijin and Edgar Tijhuis Some Perspectives on the Illicit Antiquities Trade in China
Looted Art 2003 VIII-4 Kevin Chamberlain The Iraq (United Nations Sanctions) Order 2003 - Is It Human Rights Act-Compatible?
Looted Art 2003 VIII-4 Richard Harwood Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Act 2003
Looted Art 2005 X-1 Gitanjali Deb Stealing Gods: Illegal Trade in Indian Antiquities
Looted Art 2005 X-2 Patricia K. Grimsted Flying Mercury Comes Home to Pavlovsk: Perspectives on the Return of Wartime Cultural Trophies in Austria and Russia
Looted Art 2006 XI-1 Ian Upjohn The Protection of Iraqi Cultural Heritage in Australian Domestic Law
Looted Art 2006 XI-4 Martha Lufkin A Sea-Snake at the Austrian National Gallery: Republic of Austria v. Altmann
Looted Art 2006 XI-4 Kevin Chamberlain The US Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act and its Application to Nazi-Appropriated Works of Art: Claude Cassirer v. Kingdom of Spain
Looted Art 2007 XII-1 Norman Palmer Spoliation and Holocaust-Related Cultural Objects: Legal and Ethical Models for the Resolution of Claims
Looted Art 2007 XII-1 Matthias Weller The Return of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s Berliner Straβenszene
Looted Art 2007 XII-1 Marc Weber Iran v. Berend – Renvoi for Movable Property?
Looted Art 2007 XII-3 Matthias Weller Iran v. Barakat: Some Observations on the Application of Foreign Public Law by domestic courts from a Comparative Perspective
Looted Art 2007 XII-4 Lauren Redman Orkin v. Taylor – A Satisfying Solution to a Dispute over a Van Gogh or a Blow for Holocaust Art Restitution Claims in United States Federal Court?
Looted Art 2008 XIII-1 Monica Jackson Archaeology, Looting and the Luxury Arts in the XXI Century
Looted Art 2008 XIII-2 Kevin Chamberlain The Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Cultural Heritage Laws: Iran v. Barakat
Looted Art 2008 XIII-2 Lyndel Prott The History and Development of Processes for the Recovery of Cultural Heritage
Looted Art 2008 XIII-3 Jennifer Anglim Kreder Reconciling Individual and Group Justice with the Need for Repose in Nazi-Looted Art Disputes: Creation of an International Tribunal
Looted Art 2008 XIII-4 Kevin Chamberlain Holocaust Art Claims and Public International Law
Looted Art 2009 XIV-1 Gao Sheng Recovering Illegally Removed Cultural Property and Improving Cultural Property Protection: A Chinese Perspective
Looted Art 2009 XIV-1 Patty Gerstenblith Schultz and Barakat: Universal Recognition of National Ownership of Antiquities
Looted Art 2009 XIV-2 Nawojka Cieślińska-Lobkowicz Dealing with Jewish Cultural Property in Post-War Poland
Looted Art 2009 XIV-3 Lyndel Prott Ten years in force – the UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects
Looted Art 2009 XIV-4 Rhonda Schechter Preventing Pillage and Promoting Politics: the Dual Goals of the US-China Bilateral Agreement
Looted Art 2010 XV-1 Norman Palmer Responding to Conscience:   the Holocaust (Return of Cultural Objects) Act 2009
Looted Art 2010 XV-3 Patricia Kennedy Grimsted  Progress in the Return of Displaced Archives from Russia – Steps Forward and Hurdles Ahead
Looted Art 2011 XVI-3 Charles A. Goldstein and Yael Weitz  Claim by Museums of Public Trusteeship and their Response to Restitution Claims: A Self-Serving Attempt to Keep Holocaust-Looted Art
Looted Art 2012 XVII-1 Jhiela C. Mirdamadi  Too Little, Too Late: Dunbar v. Seger-Thomschitz and the Ongoing Challenge Posed by Prescriptive periods in Holocaust-Era Art and Cultural Property Restitution Matters
Looted Art 2012 XVII-2 Stefan Lunden Perspectives on Looting, the Illicit Antiquities Trade, Art and Heritage
Looted Art 2012 XVII-2 Folarin Shyllon Why African States Must Embrace the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention
Looted Art 2012 XVII-2 Nina Neuhaus Repatriation of Looted Artefacts to Afghanistan: the New Concept of the 'White Knight'
Looted Art 2012 XVII-4 Zia Akhtar Theft in Babylon: Repatriation and International Law
Looted Art 2013 XVIII-2 Charlotte Woodhead Nazi Era Spoliation: Establishing Procedural and Substantive Principles
Looted Art 2013 XVIII-3 Leila Amineddoleh The Role of Museums in the Trade of Black Market Cultural Heritage Property
Looted Art 2013 XVIII-3 Nina Neuhaus The Poster Collection of Hans Sachs: The Judgment of the Federal Court of Justice
Looted Art 2013 XVIII-4 Afolasade Abidemi Adewumi War Time Pains, All Time Pains: Spoilage of Cultural Property in Mali
Looted Art 2013 XVIII-4 Shea Esterli One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: The Restitution of Cultural Property in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Looted Art 2014 XIX-1 Alexander Herman Hildebrand Gurlitt, the Monuments Men and the Discovery of the Munich Art Trove
Looted Art 2014 XIX-1 Norman Palmer Unclaimed Art and the Duty of Active Pursuit: Cornelius Gurlitt and the Hidden Hoard
Looted Art 2014 XIX-2 Folarin Shyllon Repatriation of Antiquities to Sub-Saharan Africa: the Agony and the Ecstasy
Lorca 2003 VIII-3 Peter McGarrick Lorca's Poet in New York - a 64-Year-Long Saga