Art Antiquity and Law October 2014


Volume XIX, Issue 3 (October 2014)


The Role of Bailment in Cultural Property Claims
Norman Palmer

Salvors Strike Gold off Florida’s “Treasure Coast”
Paul Stevenson

A Tale of Two Prosecutions: Prosecuting Heritage Crime in England and the
United States A Cautionary Tale
Carolyn Shelbourn

Stefan Karadzha’s Tombstone in the Baba Tonka House Museum
Nikolay Nenov

Case Notes

The Perils of Not Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth
Levy v. Watt
Alexander Herman

Recovery of Stolen Art and the Payment of Rewards
Ronald v. Duke of Buccleuch
Katharine Mason

Copyright Protection for Designs: the Approach of the Italian Courts and
Italian Law
Flos v. Semeraro
Antonella Barbieri and Federica De SantisStampa

Terminating a Bespoke Agreement
Artpower Ltd & Anor v. Bespoke Couture Ltd
Katharine Mason

Chiming to a Different Tune: Discord between the Diocesan Committee and Consistory Court over Heritage Bells
Zehrah Hasan


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