Where return1 of a cultural object2 is ordered3, the High Court4 must order the requesting member state5 to pay the possessor6 fair compensation7. However, the court must not order the payment of compensation unless the possessor demonstrates that he exercised due care and attention in acquiring the object8. In determining whether the possessor exercised due care and attention, the competent court must consider all the circumstances of the acquisition, in particular: (1) the documentation on the object's provenance
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