The Holocaust (Return of Cultural Objects) Act 2009 confers power to return certain cultural objects on grounds relating to events occurring during the Nazi era1.
A body to which the Act applies2 may transfer an object from its collections if the following conditions are met3. The conditions are (1) that the Advisory Panel has recommended the transfer4; and (2) that the Secretary of State has approved the Advisory Panel's recommendation5. This power is an additional power6, and does not
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