Do you know about the UNESCO Database of National Cultural Heritage Laws? It was created in 2003, and now contains more than 2,350 laws of 180 countries.
Check it out at www.unesco.org/culture/natlaws
It is easy to use and free of charge, and provides a unique tool for cultural authorities, museums, universities, law firms, and heritage professionals. More generally, the database can play an important role in fighting the illicit traffic of cultural heritage.