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Art Law

Art Law offers legal practitioners a snapshot of how the laws of other countries address some of the most common questions arising when buying, selling and lending art and collectibles. Topics covered include: export and import controls; direct and indirect taxation; borrowing against art; intellectual property rights; agency; consigning items; auctions; spoliation during Nazi era; lending to museums; cultural patrimony; anti-money laundering; endangered species; and consumer protection.

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