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Books (EN)

Selected Books

Regulations Rome I and Rome II and Maritime Law (e-book)

Introduction. – I. Regulations (EC) n. 593/2008 on the law applicable to contractual obligations (“Rome I”) and (EC) n. 864/2007 on the law applicable to non-contractual obligations (“Rome II”) (C. Esplugues Mota, G. Palao Moreno, C. Azcarraga Monzonis – Spain). – II. Marine insurance contracts under the Rome I and Brussels I Regulations: conflict of laws and jurisdiction issues (E. Vassilakakis, V. Kourtis – Greece). – III. The discipline of maritime transport contracts under the Rome I and Brussels I Regulations: conflict of laws and jurisdictional issues (I. Queirolo, C. Cellerino – Italy). – IV. Collisions and maritime salvage (Reuben Balzan, Keith A. Borg, Carlos Bugeja – Malta). – V. Maritime environmental delict/tort (N. Natov, B.a Musseva, V. Pandov, D. Sarbinova, Z.i Ianakiev, I. Kirchev, M. Stankov – Bulgaria).

Editors: Reuben Balzan – Nikolay Natov – Evangelos Vassilakakis 2013, G. Giappichelli Editore

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Art Collections, Private and Public: A Comparative Legal Study

1. Introduction: Collecting Art – 2. Comparative Studies of Civilization—Comparative Studies of Art Collection – 3.  Collectors’ Rights “Versus” Artists’ Rights—Conservation and Collection Care – 4.  Comparative Approaches to the Study of National Museums – 5. Private Collections “Versus” Public Collections – 6. Governance of Museums – 7.  Selling Art—Is it Permitted? And if Yes, Under What Conditions? – 8.  Cultural Economics – 9. Museums and Collectors and the Illicit Trade of Art/Cultural Objects . – 10.  Conclusions: The Ethics of Acquiring Art and Antiquities.

Editors: Elina Moustaira

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