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Important High Court decision on authenticity and dealers’ responsibilities

Posted on: January 23, 2023 by Emily Gould

In an important decision handed down at the end of last year (Qatar Investment & Projects Development Holding Co v John Eskenazi Ltd [2022] EWHC 3023 (Comm))[1] the High Court upheld most of the claims brought by an eminent purchaser against a well-known antiquities dealer in relation to the (in)authenticity of the artefacts in question. […]