UNIDROIT Document available

Peter Rauch peterr at VIOLET.BERKELEY.EDU
Wed Jul 12 08:31:46 CDT 1995


OK. Thanks to Patrick Boylan, the UNIDROIT Convention document is available.
It is approx. 31KB and 725 lines long. Here's how to get it.
Peter
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>From P.Boylan at CITY.AC.UK Wed Jul 12 08:39:45 PDT 1995
>Date: Wed, 12 Jul 1995 15:23:12 +0100
>Sender: Museum discussion list <MUSEUM-L at UNMVMA.UNM.EDU>
>From: BOYLAN P <P.Boylan at CITY.AC.UK>
>Subject: UNIDROIT CONVENTION ON STOLEN AND ILLEGALLY EXPORTED CULTURAL
>              OBJECTS
>Comments: cc: CIDOC-NET at NRM.SE
>
>This major new international treaty, long proposed by the Institute for
>the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit) amd UNESCO to provide for those
>claiming items stolen abroad or smuggled out of a country access to, and
>legal remedy in,  the `holding' or `receiving' country's national
>courts for was adopted by the Diplomatic Conference in Rome 7 - 25 June
>1995.
>
>The full English text is now on our World Wide Web:
>
>   http://www.city.ac.uk/artspol/unidroit.html
>
>with Annex (definitions of `cultural property') and lists of
>participating States - abstracted from the Final Act of the Diplomatic
>Conference.
>
>
>Patrick Boylan
>City University, London




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