Art, Antiquity and Law March 1997


Volume II, Issue 1 (March 1997)


Art in Police Custody: the Police (Property) Act 1897 in Context
by Norman Palmer and Janet Ulph

The Application of Copyright and other Intellectual Property Laws to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural and Intellectual Property
by Terri Janke

Under the Polish Hammer: Auction Practice and Law in an Emerging Market Economy
by Wojciech Kowalski

Museums as International Copyright Owners
by Peter Wienand

Focusing beyond the Microscope: Ethical Considerations in Conservation
by Kathryn Walker Tubb

Case Notes

Treasure Salvors Win a Victory in the Ninth Circuit (Deep Sea Research Inc v. the Brother Jonathan)
by Carla J. Shapreau

Good Faith Acquisition of Stolen Art
by Ruth Redmond-Cooper


Treasure Act 1996: Draft Code of Practice

Reporting of the Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art

Lord Inglewood Defers Export Decisions

From Caxton to CD-ROMs: Legal Deposit

Art Trade Code

Conference Report

Transacting in Art: the Legal Pitfalls

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