The intergovernmental Conference which drew up and adopted the Convention and the further Acts took place at The Hague from 21 April to 14 May 1954 To ensure optimal handling of enquiries use Contact Hague
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On account of the outbreak of World War II no further steps could be taken.

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Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein, acting in his personal capacity, then filed a lawsuit in the German courts to have the painting returned to him as his property, but that action was dismissed on the ground that, under Article 3, Chapter Six, of the Settlement Convention paragraphs 1 and 3 of which are still in force , no claim or action in connection with measures taken against German external assets in the aftermath of the Second World War was admissible in German courts
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Our Hague Customer Service team is available to answer all your questions and queries and to assist you throughout the lifecycle of your international design applications and registrations
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After the war, a new proposal was submitted to UNESCO by the Netherlands in 1948
Note: For standard designation fees, a three-level structure applies, reflecting the level of examination carried out by the contracting party Following public hearings on the preliminary objections of Germany in June 2004, the Court delivered its Judgment on 10 February 2005
This committee met in 1952 and thereafter submitted its drafts to the General Conference you are a national of i

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a contracting party or of ii.

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You can file an international application under the Hague System if:• Find out more: Hague System benefits The Hague System is your fast track route to securing international protection of your designs in multiple jurisdictions
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you have a domicile or habitual residence in a contracting party; or• In 1939, a draft convention, elaborated under the auspices of the International Museums Office, was presented to governments by the Netherlands
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a publication fee 17 Swiss francs for each reproduction; 150 Swiss francs for each page on which one or more reproductions are shown ; and• In 1991, a painting by the Dutch master Pieter van Laer was lent by a museum in Brno Czechoslovakia to a museum in Cologne Germany for inclusion in an exhibition
Following the signature of the Roerich Pact by the American States in 1935 attempts were undertaken to draft a more comprehensive convention for the protection of monuments and works of art in time of war This overview is provided for information only and in no way involves the responsibility of the Court
The historical context of the dispute was as follows a or an for each contracting party where protection is sought

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you have a real and effective industrial or commercial establishment in a contracting party.

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A claim brought by Prince Hans-Adam II before the European Court of Human Rights regarding the decisions of the German courts was also dismissed
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The General Conference of UNESCO in 1951 decided to convene a committee of government experts to draft a convention
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a member state of an intergovernmental organization which is a contracting party;• The revised drafts were then transmitted to governments for advice