| Commentary

200 Right to information

| Commentary

200 Right to information

The holder of a resale right in respect of a sale, or a person acting on his behalf, has the right to obtain the information necessary to enable him to enforce that right. This is done by making a request for information to any art-market professional involved in the sale1, but such requests must be made within three years of the sale in question2. The person to whom the request is made is required to do everything within his power to supply the information requested within 90 days of the receipt of

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