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Fair and Just Solutions?

Alternatives to Litigation in Nazi-Looted Art Disputes: Status Quo and New Developments

Fair and Just Solutions?
  • Year of publication 2014
  • 328 pages
Editor:Evelien Campfens
Categories: Law Constitutional Law and Human Rights
Law International law
Law Law (general)
Icon_printbook 978‐94‐6236‐471‐4 | paperback | 1st edition | € 46,00 / $ 62,10 / £ 48,76
Icon_ebook 978‐94‐6274‐210‐9 | ebook | € 46,99 / $ 63,43 / £ 49,80

The title of this book, Fair and Just Solutions?, refers to the norm for the assessment of ownership claims to Nazi-looted art as codified in the so-called Washington Principles in 1998:

If the pre-War owners of art that is found to have been confiscated by the Nazis and not subsequently restituted, or their heirs, can be identified, steps should be taken expeditiously to achieve a just and fair solution, recognizing this may vary according to the facts and circumstances surrounding a specific case.

The question mark in the title is a reference to the lack of clarity surrounding this norm. What is 'fair and just'?

This publication aims to evaluate the status quo in the field of non-governmental restitution claims to Nazi-looted art. In addition, through contributions by leading experts and a discussion amongst stakeholders, it explores a way to move forward.


A video review by Philip Taylor is available now here

 

Target group

Lawyers, advisory committees, scholars, experts, representatives of claimants, museums and the art trade.

28 April 2015

review by Philip Taylor, Richmond Green Chambers

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Center for Art law November 2015

review by Adir Paner, a Center for Art Law Legal Intern (Fall 2015) as a part of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Holocaust Restitution Claims Practicum.

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