Art Antiquity and Law


Volume V, Issue 1 (March 2000)

Articles

Sales Relating to Jointly Owned Chattels
by Edward Manisty
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Problems and Strategies for Art Auctions in China
by Zhou Lin
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The Mainland's Environment and the Protection of China's Cultural Heritage
by He Shuzong
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Fixtures and Historic Buildings
by Norman Palmer and Anthony Hudson
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Case Notes

Copyright in Photographs of Works of Art: the Bridgeman Litigation
by Simon Stokes
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Forfeiture of an Antiquity Claimed by Italy: the Steinhardt Case
by Martha Lufkin
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A Landmark Decision in Art Law by the European Court of Human Rights - Beyeler v. Italy
by Marc-André Renold
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Copyright in Commissioned Paintings - Durand v. Molino
by Simon Stokes
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Document

Spoliation of Works of Art During the Holocaust and World War II Period: Commentary on National Museum Directors' Conference First Progress Report on Provenance Research

Conference Reports

Art Loans and Exhibitions
by Emily Pocock

Art Crime: Protecting Art, Protecting Artists and Protecting Consumers
by Tanja Porter

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