The Law Of The State Of The European Economic Area, On The Return Of Cultural Objects Unlawfully Removed From The Territory Of A

Original Language Title: Laki Euroopan talousalueen valtion alueelta laittomasti vietyjen kulttuuriesineiden palauttamisesta

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This law is repealed by L:lla 30.10.2015/1292, which is valid for the 18.12.2015.
In accordance with the decision of Parliament provides for the scope of the law: section 1 of the Member State on the return of cultural objects unlawfully removed from the territory of the European Communities Council Directive (93/7/EEC) a cultural object within the meaning of paragraph 1 of article 1, which is, and which have been exported from the territory of another State of the European economic area, will be returned to the State in accordance with this law.

section 2 of the Definition of the location of the cultural object illegally for the purposes of this law, the export Object Wizard and to the European economic area State, contrary to the protection of national treasures possessing the relevant legislation of the State or of the European communities, on the export of cultural goods in compliance with Council Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90 3911/92.
The object of the object in the retention of a child, the wizard also refers to the illegal activities contrary to the law of the State of the European economic area, from which the object is to lawfully exported from the exhibition, research, rehabilitation, or other similar temporary or fixed-term purpose, as well as a violation of a condition imposed on the rest of the luvalliselle stage.

section 3 of the duties provided for in This law, the central authority concerned of the central authority is the Ministry of Justice. The role of the central authority, the Ministry of Justice, in cooperation with the competent authority in Finland: 1) to keep in touch with the European economic area, the central authorities and to the competent authorities, as well as to promote the cooperation between the Finnish and the competent authorities of the States concerned;
2) to look for in Finland, the return of cultural objects unlawfully removed from the vaatineille States concerned;
3 the return of the sole to the State of the object), if necessary, the opportunity to inspect an object within two months of the notification referred to in paragraph 2;
4) to act as an intermediary between the owner of the object or return the State of the negotiations between the holder and the claimed on the return of reconciliation;
5) to take measures for the protection of cultural objects unlawfully removed from the, as well as in order to secure the return of;
6 the return of the object, as has been said, at the request of the State) to ensure the right of the initiation of the proceedings, as well as any other legal assistance;
7) sent to Finland to requests for the return of cultural objects unlawfully removed from the territory of the European economic government authorities;
8) announces the location of the exported illegally from Finland to the object in the State on the basis of an application for the initiation of the return of the object in this State; as well as 9) take any other necessary this law and article 1 of the directive referred to in measures falling within the scope of the.

an application for the return of the article 4 of the other in Finland to the European economic area a cultural object unlawfully removed from the territory of a State shall, on application by the State concerned in order to restore.
The application is made to the District Court in whose jurisdiction the property is the owner of the object or the Court or the holder has his habitual residence or registered place of business, or where he is staying.
The application shall be accompanied by a document that describes how to restore the required object and States that it is a cultural object within the meaning of article 1. The application shall also be accompanied by an application, the competent authority of the issuing State, a written confirmation that the object has been unlawfully removed from the territory of the State concerned.

section 5 of the precautionary measures in order to secure the return of the cultural object as referred to in article 4, the District Court may order the sequestration of the object, or take other protective measures as provided for in Chapter 7 of the code of judicial procedure.
An application for a precautionary measure may make the Ministry of Justice or the State in which the object has been unlawfully removed. A precautionary measure shall lapse if the request referred to in article 4 has not been made within two months of the adoption of the decision on the imposition of protective measure.

section 6 of the time limits provided for in article 4, the application shall be made within one year of when the State to which the object has been unlawfully removed from the territory, the location of the object and of the identity of the owner or holder. The application shall be made not later than 30 years after the illegal export of the object.
In the case of article 1 of the abovementioned Directive, the public referred to in paragraph 1 of article 1 of the collection belonging to an object or a church, which is the return of the vaatineessa State of the object subject to special protection, in the case referred to in subparagraph (1) is the application for years, and at the latest within one year of the 75 illegal.

section 7: the right to compensation if the return of a cultural object is ordered, is it, that the object of the illegal after the export operation is assumed ownership, lien or other right, the right to object to the return of the return of the vaatineelta state fair compensation for the damage caused and the damage.
The District Court, where the case is pending, shall provide for compensation, if the holder of the right referred to in subparagraph (1) does not know and he cannot be regarded as pitäneenkään know how to export an object as illegal, and if he can prove that he has the right to claim exemption comply with due diligence. Compensation must be paid prior to the return of the object.
Considering the amount of compensation will be taken into account the impact of the return of the object in the property or any other right to it, the purchase price of the object, the value of the object after the acquisition of the changes that have occurred, the costs of the acquisition and the retention of, the object of a special sentimental value to its owner, as well as other related issues.
Because that is an inheritance or otherwise, free of charge, received a return of ownership of or another right in respect of a set, there is no better right to compensation as it does, that is, free of charge.

the costs of section 8 of the Finnish State does not inherit from the return of the cultural object of the vaatineelta State of the costs incurred by the central authority and the competent authorities under this law.
They have been applied for the return of a cultural object shall be responsible for the trial and the rest in Finland vireillepannusta separate the costs of the procedure as it separately. They have been applied for the return of the State shall be responsible for the costs of the protection and conservation of the object resulting from, in Finland.

Article 9 of the law applicable to the ownership of The asset in question is a cultural object is in section 1 of this Act and in accordance with the said directive returned from Finland to another country of the European economic area, to obtain the illegal export and is the ownership of the object during the period of the restoration of the law of the State where the object is returned.

date of entry into force of section 10 of this law shall enter into force on 1 January 1995.
The law will apply to the cultural objects in Finland, which has been unlawfully removed from the territory of another State of the European economic area, following the entry into force of the law.
Before the entry into force of this law may be to take the measures needed to implement it.
THEY SiVM 279/94, 20/21 March 1994 decision of the EEA Joint Committee No 40/94, 7/94, annex II to the EEA Agreement: Council Directive 96/98/EC 93/7/EEC

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