Chapter 9: Interim conclusion
On balance, the analysis of the law and practice concerning the sale of sleepers at auction leads to three main conclusions. First, under the jurisdictions of Switzerland, England and the United States, the contractual relationships governing art auction sales are not clearly defined by the law and are subject to scholarly debate.
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