Tuesday, 12 August 2014

ADCAEA: Code of Conduct Updated

At the end of last week I commented on the ADCAEA Code of Conduct.

And it has clearly been changed to include 'archaeological sites':
  • All members undertake not to purchase, sell or exhibit an object until they have exercised, to the best of their ability, due diligence to ensure such object was not knowingly stolen from archaeological sites, excavations, architectural or religious monuments, public institutions or private property.
ADCAEA must be praised for their swift revision.

But it does leave a question over the advice they received over the wording of their Code of Conduct.

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