Commentary

94.7 Art loans as a means of resolving or palliating title claims

BAILMENT vol 3(1)
| Commentary

94.7 Art loans as a means of resolving or palliating title claims

| Commentary

94.7 Art loans as a means of resolving or palliating title claims

Loans of cultural objects are occasionally used as a means of obviating title disputes between the parties to the loan. An obvious example of an agreed settlement might arise where the claimant is awarded a long term loan of the object instead of a full remission or concession of title, perhaps because the lending museum is subject to some legal restraint over outright disposals from its collection1. In other cases a respondent might be granted a substantial loan of the object before its final return to

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