Cultural Property Disputes: The Role of Arbitration in Resolving Non Contractual Disputes

The originality of this work lies in its in-depth consideration of practical, procedural problems related to transnational arbitration in extra-contractual situations. Particular attention is given to voluntary and forced intervention, and to consolidation, co-ordination or suspension of related arbitration proceedings. Those concerned with restitution of cultural property and the effective use of arbitration in non-contractual disputes will find this book a valuable resource

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Isabelle Fellrath Gazzini is an attorney living in Geneva, Switzerland.
Introduction ; I. Legal Framework; II. Resolution-Methods for Cultural Property Disputes: Existing Mechanisms; III. Resolution-Methods for Cultural Property Disputes: IV. Arbitration of Cultural Property Disputes: Procedural Perspective; Concluding Remarks - Prospective Role of Arbitration to Resolve Non Contractual Disputes: The case of Cultural Property Dispute; ANNEXES; A) Table of Cases; B) Table of Legal Instruments; C) Bibliography