The sale and acquisition of non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”) have ignited immense curiosity and excitement among artists, collectors, and enthusiasts. These unique digital assets have revolutionised the notion of ownership, presenting …

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Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are gradually becoming more and more popular. There has been a substantial increase in the use and trading of NFTs thanks to their dynamic and broad use cases across platforms, as well as their ability to support digital scarcity and proven ownership of unique, one-of-a-kind assets. In this article we outline what is a non-fungible token, their characteristics and specifications, and how they can be used.

When it comes to art disputes, perhaps the most obvious example that comes to the mind is that of copying the work of another person. In fact art can give …

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In the second part of a lecture delivered to students at the O.P. Jindal Global Law University on international law and addressing the impact of conflict on cultural property, Aarna Law Managing Partner Kamala Naganand breaks down the various treaties that have come into play over the years which look at protecting cultural property. The discussion moves on to the implementation and enforcement of these international obligations.

In a lecture delivered to students at the O.P. Jindal Global Law University, Aarna Law Managing Partner Kamala Naganand traces the historical background of the protection of cultural heritage in times of war, exploring the history of how international law has addressed these issues with case studies case studies of cultural property that have been targets of attacks in recent times.