Decisions of the Arbitral Panel for In Rem Restitution: Bd. 2 = Vol. 2
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Decisions of the Arbitral Panel for In Rem Restitution: Bd. 2 = Vol. 2

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The series 'Decisions of the Arbitration Panel for In Rem Restitution' documents Austria's most recent compensatory measures dealing with the consequences of the National Socialist era. For property seized during the National Socialist era and now publicly owned, the possibility of In Rem restitution, was provided for in the Washington Settlement Agreement of 17 January 2001. The Arbitration Panel for In Rem Restitution, established with the General Settlement Fund in Vienna, decides on applications for restitution which mostly concern real property. With only a few exceptions, all properties had been the subject of restitution proceedings after 1945. Since 2003, the Arbitration Panel has decided on a great number of applications, and has recommended the restitution of property to the legal successors of former owners in several cases. In the course of these decisions based on the General Settlement Fund Law, the Arbitration Panel has developed a complex case law. Volume 2 contains the following decisions of the Arbitration Panel, each in the German original and with the English translation: No. 8/2004, No. 9/2005, No. 24/2005, No. 25/2005, No. 26/2005, No. 27/2005 and No. 28/2005.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 428 pages
  • 156 x 226 x 34mm | 739.35g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • Hart/Vienna Publishing
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English, German
  • Bilingual edition
  • Bilingual
  • 1849460000
  • 9781849460002

About Josef Aicher

Full University Professor Dr. Aicher is a Professor at the Institute for Corporate and Economic Law at the University of Vienna, Visiting Professor at the Danube-University Krems, corresponding member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and deputy chairman of the Austrian Takeover Commission. Dr. Erich Kussbach, LL. M., is Honorary Professor of Humanitarian International Law at the University of Linz, a former member of the International Humanitarian Fact Finding Commission, ambassador of the Sovereign Order of the Knights of St. John in Hungary, and a retired Austrian ambassador. University Professor MMag. Dr. August Reinisch, LL. M., is head of the section for International Law and International Relations at the Department for European, International and Comparative Law at the University of Vienna and professorial lecturer at the Bologna Center/SAIS of Johns Hopkins University.show more