Art Antquity & Law

Volume I, Issue 2 (May 1996)

Articles

Exploiting the Weaker Party: Unconscionable, Unequal and Disadvantageous Transactions in Art
by Sir Anthony Mason AC, KBE
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Art in the Law of Copyright: Legal Determinations of Artistic Merit under United Kingdom Copyright Law
by David L. Booton
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Title to Finds and Discovered Antiquities under Polish Law
By Wojciech Kowalski
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Case Notes

Protecting the National Heritage? Judicial Review and The Three Graces
by Nicholas Bamforth
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Governing Law in International Art Sales (Spink & Sons Ltd v. General Atlantic Corp.)
by Gregory J. Tolhurst
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Title to Antiquarian Finds: Perpetuating the Impenetrable (Waverley Borough Council v. Fletcher)
by Norman Palmer
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Treaties, Legislation and Discussion Documents

The UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects
by Paul Jenkins
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Portable Antiquities - a Discussion Document
Department of National Heritage

Response of the Standing Conference on Portable Antiquities to the Discussion Document Should Works by Living Artists be Subject to Export Controls?
Department of National Heritage Discussion paper

ICOMOS Charter for the Protection and Management of the Underwater Cultural Heritage

European Union

Artists' Resale Rights

Hallmarking

E.C. Export Licences: Issuing Authorities
by Joanna Goyder

Conference Reports

Convention d'Unidroit sur les Biens Culturels VolÚ ou Illicitement ExportÚs (Lausanne, 2 October 1995)
by Paul Kearns

Second National Maritime Museum Conference on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage (London, 25-26 January 1996)
by Sarah Dromgoole

Museums in the Global Enterprise Society - International Opportunities and Challenges (London, 15-16 February 1996)
by Ruth Redmond-Cooper

Old and Unclaimed Loans (London, 14 March 1996)
by Ruth Redmond-Cooper

Transacting in Art V - Art Antiquity and the Criminal Law (London, 27 March 1996)
by Vincent Reynolds

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