Justices debate Spanish vs. California law in Nazi-looted art case

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UPI) — The fate of a Pissarro portray anticipated at $FORTY million rests in the palms of the Superb Court Docket after justices heard oral arguments Tuesday in a long-operating case concerning possession of the painting, which was once seized by means of the Nazis from a Jewish family at the starting of world Struggle II.

Wrestling with procedural legal problems, the query earlier than the courtroom takes a deep dive into whether or not California or Spanish law must follow within the case and what assessments courts must use to make that decision.

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