2 edition of Review of treasure trove arrangements in Scotland found in the catalog.
Review of treasure trove arrangements in Scotland
Andrew C. Normand
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Andrew C. Normand.|
|Contributions||Scotland. Scottish Executive.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 75 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||75|
The annual review meeting with the QLTR took place on 13 November; the presence of Jane Carmichael, (Head of Collections at NMS) was greatly appreciated as part of the ongoing partnership between the QLTR, NMS and the Scottish Government in the operation of treasure trove through the Treasure Trove Unit (TTU). A Treasure Trove has convenient access to the MRT/LRT rail system, with Punggol station just 5 minutes away. Nearby MRT stops are listed below, using actual walking times. We prefer walking times instead of distance, because using raw distance can sometimes give you a very misleading impression.
Treasure Trove is a joyous romp of a comedy novel taking place in a Yorkshire seaside town and revolving around a whole host of amusing characters of questionable integrity and Author: Alistair Lavers. In addition, the Executive will work towards merging the Treasure Trove Advisory Panel and the Finds Disposal Panel to provide a coherent service. In November the then Queen’s and Lord Treasurer’s Remembrancer, Andrew Normand, was asked to carry out a review of the Treasure Trove arrangements in Scotland.
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Reform of Treasure Trove Arrangements in Scotland Normand Review Recommendations/Scottish Executive Response. General Recommendation 3 - It is suggested and recommended that further consultation with the NCMD and finders representatives could greatly assist in the preparation of a Code of Practice.
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The role of Treasure Trove is to ensure that objects of cultural significance from Scotland’s past are protected for the benefit of the nation and preserved in museums across the country. Treasure Trove is based on the principles of the Scots common law bona vacantia (ownerless goods).
The Treasure Act () does not apply in Scotland. The finder of treasure has no legal right to any payment at all. In Scotland, this is made very clear in the policy on Treasure Trove: "Finders have no ownership rights to any find they make in Scotland and all finds, with the exception of Victorian and 20th century coins, must be reported to the Treasure Trove Unit for assessment.".
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Responsible for: Daily running of the Treasure Trove Unit operation, outreach. Research interests: Numismatics, the Romans in Scotland and the impact of metal detecting on museum collections.
Email: [email protected] Tel: Ella Paul: Treasure Trove Officer. Responsible for: Daily running of the Treasure Trove Unit. Treasure trove is an amount of money or coin, gold, silver, plate, or bullion found hidden underground or in places such as cellars or attics, where the treasure seems old enough for it to be presumed that the true owner is dead and the heirs undiscoverable.
The legal definition of what constitutes treasure trove and its treatment under law vary considerably from country to country, and from. Treasure trove is a law that was originally put in place that decried that any gold or silver that is found in the ground hidden that cannot be traced to an owner belongs to the Crown once it is discovered.
Hill, George Francis (), Treasure Trove in Law and Practice, from the Earliest Time to the Present Day, Oxford: Clarendon Press, OCLC Normand, Andrew C. (), Review of Treasure Trove Arrangements in Scotland, Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, ISBN.
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