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Santander Art and Culture Law Review

2016 Następne

Data wydania: 17.02.2017

Licencja: Żadna

Redakcja

Redaktor naczelny Alicja Jagielska-Burduk, Anna Koziczak

Zastępca redaktora naczelnego Wojciech Szafrański

Redakcja numeru Francesca Fiorentini, Kristin Hausler, Alicja Jagielska-Burduk, Andrzej Jakubowski

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Francesca Fiorentini, Kristin Hausler, Alicja Jagielska-Burduk, Andrzej Jakubowski

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2/2016 (2), 2016, s. 9 - 20

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Interview

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2/2016 (2), 2016, s. 21 - 26

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Słowa kluczowe: European Union, Directive 2014/60/EU, Council Directive 93/7/EEC, Internal Market Information System, movement of cultural goods, illicit traffic in cultural goods, due diligence, good faith acquisition, France, protection of cultural heritage, European Union, Directive 2014/60/EU, Council Directive 93/7/EEC, movement of cultural goods, Greek implementation of Directive 2014/60/EU, illegal trade in art, unlawful movement of artefacts, Cultural heritage, cultural property, free movement of goods, restitution, return of cultural property, 1995 UNIDROIT Convention, Germany, EU, Single European Market, 1970 UNESCO Convention, import and export, return of cultural property, due diligence, Directive 2014/60/EU, Netherlands, protection cultural heritage, unlawful removal, due diligence and provenance, Cultural property, Austria, EU legislation, cultural significance, criminal liability, cultural goods, European Union, restitution, illicit export, private international law, Illicit traffic, Cultural objects, Due diligence, UNIDROIT, UNESCO, International Law, UNIDROIT, Directive 2014/60/EU, illicit export, restitution, Poland, international trade, cultural exception, national treasures, return of cultural objects, compliance with international obligations, Art market, economic assessment, circulation of cultural goods in the EU, cultural heritage law, cultural property, trade, Indigenous rights, international law, Due diligence, Directive 2014/60/EU, cultural property, burden of proof, provenance, criminality, cultural heritage, robbery, destruction, Internal Market Information System, European Union, national treasures, cultural objects, international cooperation