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129,95 € / $182.00 / £97.99*

Hardcover
To be published:
June 2019
ISBN
978-3-89949-737-3
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Overview

  • ?Complements the civil and public law presentations in volumes 1-4 with explanations of intergovernmental integration and international legal relationships
  • Presents the protection of cultural goods and the differences during war-time and peacetime
  • Organizes the law concerning the protection of cultural goods according to international treaties and international customary law as well as gener-al law and soft law principles

Aims and Scope

volume 5 is dedicated to the intergovernmental integration and international legal relationships within the law concerning the protection of cultural goods and art restitution and thereby, serves as a supplement to the civil and public law (i.e. national) commentaries presented in the previous volumes. To aid the settlement of restitution and repatriation claims, the differences in the law concerning the protection of cultural goods during wartime and peacetime are addressed and - according to the generally recognized sources of law - the international and European laws on the protection of cultural goods are organized on the basis of international treaties and international customary law as well as the general legal and soft law principles.

Details

23 x 15.5 cm
Approx. xxxviii, 1438 pages
Language:
German
Type of Publication:
Specialist Text
Keyword(s):
Cultural Goods Protection
Readership:
Legal Departments of Auction Houses, Museums, Archives, Foundations in the Cultural Field, Attorneys, Scholars, Institutes, Libraries

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