Commentary

95 Specific laws dealing with the lending or borrowing of cultural objects

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| Commentary

95 Specific laws dealing with the lending or borrowing of cultural objects

| Commentary

95 Specific laws dealing with the lending or borrowing of cultural objects

Few statutes deal specifically with the lending or borrowing of cultural objects. There is special provision in criminal law for those who remove articles from public collections without intending to deprive another permanently of them1. It is also a criminal offence to deal in tainted cultural objects, whether through lending and borrowing or some other form of transaction2. Other statutes regulate the capacity of particular museums to borrow objects, or to lend objects from their collections3. Special administrative provision exists for the

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