The Programme for the third Symposium on the International Art Trade and Law was developed by the Institute for International Business Law and Practice of the International Chamber of Commerce and its Chairman, Prof. Pierre Lalive who has also provided the Preface to this Volume. Under the auspices of the Institute, a Questionnaire was formulated and circulated. The collected materials were reproduced and distributed at the Symposium by the Amsterdam Chamber of Commerce. Reporters from thirteen countries responded to the Questionnaire. On the basis of these National Reports, General Reports were prepared and presented at the Symposium. Part One of this Volume includes: - Questionnaire covering Topics 1-5 - General information on a number of countries taken from the National Reports. Part Two is divided into five Sections, corresponding with the five Topics addressed in the Questionnaire: Topic 1. Freedom of museums to sell, trade or otherwise dispose of objects of art in their collection Topic 2. Freedom of collectors to sell or give away all or part of their collections Topic 3. Rights of artists and their heirs Topic 4. Auction sales and conditions Topic 5. International temporary exhibitions and insurance followed by Concluding Remarks by Prof. John H. Merryman.
Series: Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Series
Number Of Pages: 465
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6 x 2.46
Weight (kg): 0.67