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Правна закрила на културните ценности според правилата на международното частно право
Legal Protection of Cultural Values according to Private International Law

Author(s): Diana Marinova
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, International Law
Published by: Институт за държавата и правото - Българска академия на науките
Keywords: Cultural values; Private International Law (PIL); applicable law; legal protection
Summary/Abstract: The present paper is dedicated to legal protection of cultural values where they are the object of relationships with an international element whose legal regulation has been of interest to more than one country. These frequently arising relationships have been analyzed and particularly, the property relationships have been mentioned because in Private International Law (PIL) “cultural values” is understood mostly as objects, recognized as cultural monuments.With the aim to provide a more profound presentation of the subject of this research, the paper has mentioned and analysed both the national regulation under the PIL Code, and the international legal regulation under some of the most important international acts, such as UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects. Important place has also been given to the supranational legal regulation in the EU law acts – contracts, regulations and directives.The general problem presented by this research is to determine the law applicable to disputes with an international element dealing with cultural values. The answer of this basic PIL question has been given in the light of national, supranational and international regulation.

  • Page Range: 433-459
  • Page Count: 27
  • Publication Year: 2019
  • Language: Bulgarian