United States v. Pre-Columbian Artifacts
United States v. Pre-Columbian Artifacts, 845 F. Supp. 544 (N.D. Ill. Oct. 14, 1993), (denying summary judgment motion); settled, No. 93-cv-2654 (N.D. Ill. June 22, 1994).
In this case, which appears inconsistent with other court decisions involving the U.S. National Stolen Property Act (NSPA), a federal district court in Illinois ruled that a Guatemalan law granting the state ownership of all illegally exported artifacts was sufficient to deem such objects stolen under the NSPA, even if . . .
Crimes and Criminal Procedure, 18 U.S.C. § 2314, (National Stolen Property Act), Transportation of Stolen Goods, Securities, Moneys, Fraudulent State Tax Stamps, or Articles Used in Counterfeiting
Decree No. 425 of 1947 as amended by Law Decree No. 437 of 1966, regarding the Protection and Conservation of Archaeological, Historic and Typical Monuments and Objects [original language]