Action for recovery of movable good. The lack of locus standi

The High Court of Cassation and Justice has ruled that, where by a court established that a person, as an heir of the owner of a movable cultural heritage that entered the state heritage by act of will of the testator, has a right to claim of 25% of the sale price of the painting if sold by the state and the act is not a proprietary decree in natural sense. As such, it does not have locus standi to seek a retrieval claim of the painting. (Decision no. 3981 of December 11, 2014 rendered the appeal of Section II of the Civil High Court of Cassation and Justice covering cultural claim)

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Dan Alexandru NEGRU

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