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QLLM401 Art and Governance (Sem 1)

*Not available on Laws (General)*

Module description

The module will enable students to learn about state regulation of art, art transactions and transfers of art. In particular, it will examine four areas of state regulation of art: criminal law provisions related to art, import and export controls on art, the impact of competition law on art acquisitions and transactions and the taxation of art.

The module will consider criminal law issues including the handling of stolen art, art fraud and forgery, the treatment of obscene artworks, trade in artifacts from war zones and treasure offences. The module will also cover how states control the cross-border movement of cultural treasures, competition law as it relates to agreements prevalent in the art industry and the direct and indirect tax regimes governing art and dispositions of art.

Prerequisites

None

Applicable Groupings

This module is NOT available on Laws (General).

Mode of Assessment

7,500 word course essay

Credits

22.5 credits

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