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Circulation des biens culturels, détermination de la loi applicable et méthodes de règlement des litiges (Volume 375)

(167,612 words)

Author(s): Frigo, Manlio
Frigo, Manlio Keywords: Cultural property | Cultural heritage | Choice of law | Restitution | Dispute resolution | Trials | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT This course is dedicated to the standards governing the circulation of cultural goods. It begins by defining the system of the legal protection of cultural goods. This protection is differentiated according to the situation in which the property is located, as well as the form it takes : from cultural property to movable property to intangible cultural heritage. Private inter…

Narrative Norms in Private International Law – The Example of Art Law (Volume 375)

(14,024 words)

Author(s): Jayme, Erik
Jayme, Erik Keywords: Art | Art law | Cultural property | Seizure | Restitution | Private international law | Conflict of laws | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT This lecture has three parts, the first one is dedicated to the concept of “narrative norms” and its position within the system of sources of private international law. Narrative norms are different types of norms, laws, principles, that “talk”, they are describing policies. When it comes to applying a law that has been determined, narrative norms play a role to favor of a …

Revolution and Restitution: Foreign States in National Courts (Volume 326)

(21,534 words)

Author(s): Collins, Lawrence
Collins, Lawrence Keywords: States | Government | Claims | Restitution | Cases | Trials | Mots clefs: Etats | Gouvernement | Réclamations | Restitution | Affaires | Litige | ABSTRACT This course of Lawrence Collins, Lord Justice of Appeal, concerns the political or public law claims made by States in foreign courts and begins with mentioning two claims about 150 years apart, involving two colourful characters, Louis Kossuth of Hungary and President Obiang of Equatorial Guinea. After presenting an historic overview of the facts concerning on the one hand the relations between Louis Kossuth and the Emperor of Austria, and on th…