Tuesday, June 17, 2014
ACCG Seeks Reconsideration
The ACCG has requested reconsideration of a ruling that seems to suggest there is no defense to forfeiture of the Guild's coins other than to provide documentation to prove legal import. The ACCG's memorandum argues such a ruling is contrary to the plain meaning of the governing statute and inconsistent with the government's prior representations to the Court that helped justify dismissal of the ACCG's declaratory judgment action seeking to modify or strike down applicable regulations. The Court's ruling and the ACCG's memorandum can be accessed here.
Posted by Cultural Property Observer at 1:26 PM
Labels: ACCG, China MOU, coins, Cyprus MOU, forfeiture
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