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This book is a comparative study which covers a number of major jurisdictions, viz., Australia, Belgium, Canada, England and Wales, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands and the USA. A separate chapter deals with developments in the context of the European Union. The study is based on a questionnaire of the IBA Section on Business Law Subcommittee on the Structure and Ethics of Business Law. Part one of each country report covers the basic rules applying to the domestic legal profession, ...
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Overview

This book is a comparative study which covers a number of major jurisdictions, viz., Australia, Belgium, Canada, England and Wales, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands and the USA. A separate chapter deals with developments in the context of the European Union. The study is based on a questionnaire of the IBA Section on Business Law Subcommittee on the Structure and Ethics of Business Law. Part one of each country report covers the basic rules applying to the domestic legal profession, such as the method of qualifying as a lawyer, the extent to which legal services are reserved to lawyers, and the ethical rules which apply to matters such as advertising, fees, correspondence, etc. The second part sets out what rules the jurisdiction in question imposes on its own lawyers when they are involved outside the jurisdiction. The third part deals with the rules which apply to a foreign lawyer practising within the jurisdiction. The last part deals with the various kinds of international associations to which lawyers may be party, such as alliances, office-sharing and multi-national and multi-disciplinary partnerships. In a final chapter the editor draws some conclusions on the current situation and on where international practice is heading. A number of useful appendices have been added, which set out the most important texts including the IBA International Code of Ethics.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781853330964
  • Publisher: Springer London, Limited
  • Publication date: 2/1/1997
  • Series: IBA Ser.
  • Format: Library Binding
  • Edition description: 2nd ed
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 224

Table of Contents

Specialist contributors
Acknowledgements
About the IBA and the IBA Educational Trust
List of Respondent Institutions
Preface
Currency of material and commencing dates
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
1 The scope of the inquiry 1
2 The legal nature of art loans 17
3 Incentives and constraints 37
4 Title, possession and enjoyment 89
5 Safekeeping, insurance and indemnity 117
6 Old loans and unclaimed works 171
7 Other matters of common provision 191
8 Multiple touring exhibitions 223
9 Copyright aspects of art loans 239
10 Harmful and derogatory statements 319
11 Limitation of actions 343
12 International dispute resolution: cross-border loans and exhibitions 373
13 Conclusions 405
App. I General Principles on the Administration of Loans and Exchange of Works of Art between Institutions 415
App. II Treaties and International Instruments 435
App. III Art Loan and Exhibition Services; Handling, Insuring and Structuring 459
App. IV Cross-border Loans of Art and Cultural Property: in the People's Republic of China and in Hong Kong 485
App. V Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 (Uncollected Goods Provisions) 503
App. VI Outline of Law (Italy): Norms concerning the International Loan of Archaeological and Art Historical Goods 509
App. VII Indemnity Schemes, Undertakings and Statutes 515
App. VIII Immunity from Seizure Statutes 565
App. IX Disputed Title to Loaned Works of Art: the Shchukin Litigation 569
App. X Unfair Contracts Legislation in the United Kingdom 577
Index 591
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