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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Disputes regarding cultural properties are so common in international relations. However despite the frequency of cultural properly dispute; there is currently no permanent and universally accepted framework for their resolution. While the most cultural disputes are international, they implicates a variety of legal norms and raises complex choice of legal questions such as conflicting evidentiary standards of proceeding and statutes of limitations. In this article we will analysis the various classic and modern dispute resolution mechanisms and will examine the best alternative ways by taking a look at the practice of the states.
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