Art Antiquity and Law December 2014


Volume XIX, Issue 4 (December 2014)


The Year of Living Exceptionally: New Copyright Exceptions in UK Law
Alexander Herman

Unlocking Orphan Works: A New Licensing Scheme
Daniela Simone

Centenary of the French Law on Historic Monuments
Mathilde Roellinger

Monitoring the Implementation of the 1970 UNESCO Convention: Recent International and Quasi-Institutional Developments
Artemis Papathanassiou

Wye’s Jacobean Statues
Jenny Oram

Protection of Chattels within a Listed Building: the Case of Stoclet Palace, Brussels
Marie-Sophie de Clippele with Lucie Lambrecht

Case Notes

Raising Money Against Art: Priority of Pledges and Enforceability of Loans
Bassano v. Toft
Katharine Mason

Sale of a Classic Car: Compliance with Description
Brewer v. Mann
Katharine Mason

Asserting Laches in Claim Brought by Museum
Matter of Flamembaum
Katharine Mason

Scope of Bailee’s Duty Regarding Insurance
All Covers and Accessories Pty Ltd v. Sidawi
Katharine Mason

Aggravated Damages in Bailment
Thakrar v. Secretary of State for Justice
Katharine Mason


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