Art, Antiquity and Law December 1996


Volume I, Issue 4 (December 1996)


Negotiated Sales of Heritage Chattels: The Law, Practice and Procedures with some Comments on Funding: Part II
by Edward Manisty

Protecting our Heritage – Proposals for Archaeological Reform
by Richard Harwood

When it’s O.K. to sell the Monet: a Trustee-Fiduciary-Duty Framework for analyzing the Deaccessioning of Art to meet Museum Operating Expenses
by Jennifer L. White

Treasure Trove in Scots Law
by D. L. Carey and Alison Sheridan

Case Notes

California’s Discovery Rule (Naftzger v. Amercian Numismatic Society; Society of California Pioneers v. Baker)
by Carla J. Shapreau

The Body as Property (Dobson v. North Tyneside Health Authority)
by Norman E. Palmer


Deferral of Export Decisions

Inheritance Tax: Register of Conditionally Exempt Works of Art

The Legal Status of Museum Collections in the United Kingdom: MGC Report Bodies in the Field

British Art Market Federation


Historic Monuments and Archaeological Objects (Northern Ireland) Order 1995


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