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

 

 

Topics covered:

Sachs, Hans
Sacred Objects
Sale/sale of goods
Scandinavia
Schultz
Scotland
Seizure, State Property
Sentencing
Serbia
Singapore
Sites and Monuments
South Africa
Spain
Specific Performance
Spoliation Advisory Panel
Sponsorship
State Immunity
Stolen Art
Succession
Sweden
Switzerland






 

 

 

Sachs, Hans 2013 XVIII-3 Nina Neuhaus The Poster Collection of Hans Sachs: The Judgment of the Federal Court of Justice
Sacred Objects 2008 XIII-3 Patrick O'Keefe Repatriation of Sacred Objects
Sale 2000 V-1 Edward Manisty Sales Relating to Jointly Owned Chattels
Sale of Goods 2010 XV-4 A.H. Hudson Enigmatic Cases:  Abraaj Investment Management Ltd v. Bregawn Jersey Ltd
Sale of Goods 2014 XIX-2 Gregor Kleinknecht and Petra Williams-Lescht Seller Beware? Consumer Protection in Art Transactions
Sale of Goods 2014 XIX-4 Katharine Mason Sale of a Classic Car: Compliance with Description: Brewer v. Mann
Sales 1996 I-1 David Murphy Art Auctions in China
Sales 1996 I-3 Edward Manisty Negotiated Sales of Heritage Chattels: The Law, Practice and Procedures with some Comments on Funding (Part 1)
Sales 1996 I-4 Edward Manisty Negotiated Sales of Heritage Chattels: The Law, Practice and Procedures with some Comments on Funding: Part II
Sales 2000 V-1 Zhou Lin Problems and Strategies for Art Auctions in China
Sales 2003 VIII-2 A.H. Hudson Attribution of Paintings and Sale by Description: Drake v. Agnew
Sales 2006 XI-3 Edward Manisty Private Treaty Sale to a Museum of Heritage Chattels when the Acquiring Institution is not a Body within Schedule 3 Inheritance Act 1983
Sales 2007 XII-2 Philip Davis Wynn or Lose? A Frustrating Case
Scandinavia 1997 II-4 Tini Peterzens-Nysten Export Licensing in the Nordic Countries
Schultz 2003 VIII-4 Martha Lufkin Criminal Liability for Receiving State-Claimed Antiquities in the United States: The 'Schultz' Case
Schultz 2009 XIV-1 Patty Gerstenblith Schultz and Barakat: Universal Recognition of National Ownership of Antiquities
Scotland 1996 I-4 David Carey Miller and Alison Sheridan Treasure Trove in Scots Law
Scotland 2012 XVII-4 Michaela Guthrie A Comparative Study of the Scottish Law of Bona Vacantia and the English Law of Treasure
Seizure, state property 2013 XVIII-1 Andrzej Jakubowski Cultural Property under the Threat of Seizure: (Re)Defining the Limits of State Immunity in the Face of International Crimes
Seizure, state property 2013 XVIII-3 Alexander Herman Antiquities, Blocked Assets and Iran: A Warning to Museums? Rubin v. Iran
Sentencing 2002 VII-2 Simon Mackenzie Illicit Antiquities, Criminological Theory and the Deterrent Power of Criminal Sanctions for Targeted Populations
Sentencing 2010 XV-1 Kate Warner Theft of Cultural Heritage:  R. v. Hakimzadeh
Serbia 2003 VIII-2 John Yarwood Cultural Warfare
Singapore 2004 IX-3 Jack Lee Treaties, Time Limits and Treasure Trove: The Legal Protection of Cultural Objects in Singapore
Sites and Monuments 1996 I-4 Richard Harwood Protecting our Heritage - Proposals for Archaeological Reform
Sites and Monuments 1997 II-2 A.H. Hudson Lancaster City Council v. Whittingham
Sites and Monuments 1998 III-2 Folarin Shyllon The Destruction and Neglect of Historic Monuments in Nigeria
Sites and Monuments 2000 V-1 Norman Palmer and A.H. Hudson Fixtures and Historic Buildings
Sites and Monuments 2000 V-2 Toshiuko Kono The Significance of the Buffer Zone under the World Heritage Convention
Sites and Monuments 2000 V-4 Jeremy Scott Classification of Fixtures under English Law: An Inspector's Whim?
Sites and Monuments 2011 XVI-3 Gertrude M. Prescott Tackling Heritage Crime
Sites and Monuments 2012 XVII-2 Camille Israel State Protected, State Owned, State Sanctioned: Cultural Heritage and the Right of Pre-emption
Sites and Monuments 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
Sites and Monuments 2014 XIX-4 Mathilde Roellinger Centenary of the French Law on Historic Monuments
Sites and Monuments 2014 XIX-4 Jenny Oram Wye’s Jacobean Statues
Sites and Monuments 2014 XIX-4 Marie-Sophie de Clippele with Lucie Lambrecht Protection of Chattels within a Listed Building: the Case of Stoclet Palace, Brussels
South Africa 2005 X-1 Craig Forrest The Protection of Cultural Heritage in South Africa, and its Implementation of the 1970 UNESCO Convention
Spain 2003 VIII-3 Peter McGarrick Lorca's Poet in New York - a 64-Year-Long Saga
Specific Performance 2009 XIV-3 A.H. Hudson On-Line Auctions and Specific Performance: Smythe v. Thomas
Spoliation Advisory Panel 2005 X-3 Jeremy Scott Return of a Beneventan Missal
Spoliation Advisory Panel 2007 XII-1 Norman Palmer Spoliation and Holocaust-Related Cultural Objects: Legal and Ethical Models for the Resolution of Claims
Spoliation Advisory Panel 2013 XVIII-2 Charlotte Woodhead Nazi Era Spoliation: Establishing Procedural and Substantive Principles
Sponsorship 2013 XVIII-3 Yeojin Kim The Development of the Mecenat Movement in Korea – Solidarity between Arts and Enterprise: A Comparison with the United Kingdom and the United States
State Immunity 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
State Immunity 2008 XIII-4 Kurt Siehr Commercial Transactions and the Forfeiture of State Immunity under Private International Law
State Immunity 2009 XIV-1 Manlio Frigo Protection of Cultural Property on Loan – Anti-Seizure and State Immunity Laws: An Italian Perspective
State Immunity 2009 XIV-1 Matthias Weller The Safeguarding of Foreign Cultural Objects on Loan in Germany
State Immunity 2013 XVIII-1 Andrzej Jakubowski Cultural Property under the Threat of Seizure: (Re)Defining the Limits of State Immunity in the Face of International Crimes
Stolen Art 1996 I-3 Charles Hill Recovering Stolen Art: Practical Recovery Issues and the Role of Law Enforcement Agencies
Stolen Art 1997 II-2 Ruth Redmond-Cooper Good Faith Acquisition of Stolen Art
Stolen Art 1997 II-4 Patrick O'Keefe Use of Databases to Combat Theft of Cultural Heritage Material
Stolen Art 1998 III-1 Anu Laansalu A Lost Art Collection (Estonia)
Stolen Art 1998 III-1 Peter DC Mason US Court Issues Important Ruling on Antiquities (US v. An Antique Platter of Gold, known as a Gold - Steinhardt)
Stolen Art 1999 IV-1 Martha Lufkin Caught Holding the Bag: When Stolen Art Claims Hits Museum Hosting Loans Shows
Stolen Art 2000 V-2 Astrid Mueller-Katzenburg Possession and Ownership of Stolen or Otherwise Lost Works of Art
Stolen Art 2000 V-2 Ruth Redmond-Cooper Limitation of Actions in Art and Antiquity Claims (Part II)
Stolen Art 2000 V-3 Martha Lufkin Why Nazi Loot Ceased being 'Stolen' when US Forces Seized it in Austria: The Federal 'Schiele' Case
Stolen Art 2000 V-4 Norman Palmer Sending them Home: some Observations on the Relocation of Cultural Objects from UK Museums
Stolen Art 2001 VI-1 David Carey Miller, David Meyers, Anne Cowe Restitution of Art and Cultural Objects: a Reassessment of the Role of Limitation 
Stolen Art 2001 VI-1 Patrick O'Keefe The Use of Criminal Offences in UNESCO Countries: Australia, Canada and the U.S.A.
Stolen Art 2001 VI-4 Humphrey Wine The Missing Goya: Section 11 of the Theft Act 1968
Stolen Art 2002 VII-1 Christine Alder and Ken Polk Stopping this Awful Business: the Illicit Traffic in Antiquities Examined as a Criminal Market
Stolen Art 2002 VII-2 John Timmins The Macchiaioli Affair: Lost and Found in Italy
Stolen Art 2002 VII-2 Simon Mackenzie Illicit Antiquities, Criminological Theory and the Deterrent Power of Criminal Sanctions for Targeted Populations
Stolen Art 2002 VII-3 Kevin Chamberlain UK Accession to the 1970 UNESCO Convention
Stolen Art 2003 VIII-4 Martha Lufkin Criminal Liability for Receiving State-Claimed Antiquities in the United States: The 'Schultz' Case
Stolen Art 2003 VIII-4 Richard Harwood Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Act 2003
Stolen Art 2005 X-2 A.H. Hudson Auctions and Conversion (Marcq v. Christie's)
Stolen Art 2006 XI-2 Gertrude M. Prescott A Different Kind of ‘Special’: The Metropolitan Police’s Art and Antiques Unit’s Initiative ArtBEAT
Stolen Art 2009 XIV-3 Lyndel Prott Ten years in force – the UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects
Stolen Art 2014 XIX-1 Katharine Mason Limitation Periods and Good Faith: Kurtha v. Marks
Stolen Art 2014 XIX-2 Nina M. Neuhaus and Sophie Balay Databases on Lost and Stolen Art: Is Consulting a Database an Inherent Requirement of Good Faith?
Stolen Art 2014 XIX-3 Alexander Herman The Perils of Not Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Levy v. Watt
Succession 1999 IV-3 Keith Stanton The Rights of the Disappointed Gallery - Queensland Art Gallery Board of Trustees v. Henderson Trout
Succession 2013 XVIII-2 Alexander Herman The Composer, his Children, the Caregiver and the Meaning of ‘Etcetera’: Day v. Charles Richard Tobias Harris et al.
Sweden 1997 II-4 Tini Peterzens-Nysten Export Licensing in the Nordic Countries
Switzerland 2002 VII-2 Roman Plutschow Will Switzerland Finally Ratify the UNESCO 1970 Convention?
Switzerland 2005 X-1 Michael G. Noth and Evelyne K. Noth Switzerland's New Federal Act on the International Transfer of Cultural Property
Switzerland 2005 X-2 Georg von Segesser and Alexander Jolles Switzerland's New Federal Act on the International Transfer of Cultural Property: An Update and a Perspective from Collectors and the Art Trade
Switzerland 2011 XVI-1 Folarin Shyllon Return of Makonde Mask from Switzerland to Tanzania: A Righteous Conclusion?
Switzerland 2014 XIX-1 Nina Neuhaus Art Authentication: Protection of Art Experts from a Swiss Perspective