A French statute of limitations precludes New York courts from hearing a dispute between the heirs of two French Jewish art collectors over eight rare illuminated manuscripts looted by the Nazis during World War II.
The underlying dispute in the case is whether Alphonse Kann or Daniel Wildenstein owned the contested manuscripts prior to the Nazi occupation of Paris.
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