Art Collections, Private and Public: A Comparative Legal by Elina Moustaira

By Elina Moustaira

This publication is a comparative felony research of the personal and public artwork collections in numerous states of the area, overlaying an important matters that sometimes come up and targeting the variations and the similarities of the nationwide legislation within the remedy of these issues.

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