Tobias H. Irmscher: The Protection of Cultural Property in Public International Law – the case of German “Trophy Art” in Russia
Michael M. Franz: Looted Art and lostart.de: Practical Aspects of the Work of the Koordinierungsstelle für Kulturgutverluste
Uwe Hartmann: Goals and possibilities of internet portals
Susanne Schoen: A Legally Binding Obligation to Return – “Safe Conduct” for Cultural Property
Dirk Looschelders: Owners’ Civil Law-based Claims for Restitution of Looted Cultural Property in German Legislation
Heinz-Peter Mansel: The Importance of Private International Law for Restitution Claims Brought by Owners of Lost Cultural Property
Julia El-Bitar: The French Solution to Protecting Cultural Property as Res Eztra Commercium: a Model for Germany?
Marcus Schönfelder: Illicit Trafficking in German Cultural Property – Possibilities and Limitations of Police Action
Dorothea Kathmann: Restitution of Lost Art – Experience and Success Record of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation
Robert Kirchmaier: Provision of Cultural Assets on a Permanent Loan Basis to Public Institutions
Susanne Wichert-Meissner: Temporary Loan Agreement for Cultural Assets from Abroad
Klaus-Dieter Pütthoff: Public Procurement Law and Transportation of Art Objects
Norman Palmer: Painting the Wayside Flower: Law, Ethics and Regulation in the Art and Antiquities Market: A common law perspective
All contributions are in German with English summaries except Norman Palmer’s contribution which is published in both German and English.
ISBN 978-3-981 1 367-2-2