Art Antiquity and Law


Volume XII, Issue 1 (March 2007)

Articles

Spoliation and Holocaust-Related Cultural Objects: Legal and
Ethical Models for the Resolution of Claims
Norman Palmer
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Restoring for the Reich: Commercial and Institutional Restorers
in the Service of the Nazi Kleptocracy
Morwenna Blewett
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Compensation for Nazi Wrongdoing: the Case for an Integrated
Approach
Maria O. Wantuch and Anne Niethammer
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Claims for the Restitution of Holocaust-Era Cultural Assets and
their Resolution in Germany
Harald König
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Case Notes
The Return of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s Berliner Straβenszene
Matthias Weller
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Warehouse Keepers and Limitation of Liability: Ofir Scheps v. Fine Art Logistic Ltd
Jonathan Wood
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Loans versus Gifts: Determing the Donor’s Intention
Lord Beaverbrook v. The Beaverbrook Art Gallery
Ina Jahn
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Iran v. Berend – Renvoi for Movable Property?
Marc Weber
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Van Leeuwen: the Compulsive Collector
Lyndel V. Prott
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