law on the protection of cultural heritage §23 cessation of the status of the monument
(1) The dissolution of the status of a monument shall be decided by the body competent for the proclamation of the monument in accordance with the procedure prescribed for the proclamation of the monument, and with the consent of the competent organization. The authority shall send the act on the termination of the status of a real monument to the relevant land register, which ex officio erases the registration of the monument from the land registry.
(2) The monument in the management of a state or authorized museum ceases to be deleted from the inventory book on the basis of a decision of the body which, on the basis of the act establishing the museum, deals with issues related to the professional work of the museum and with the consent of the ministry.
(3) If the competent organization or ministry fails to refuse to issue a consent within 60 days, the consent shall be deemed to have been issued.
proclamation of cultural monuments by the Law on the protection on cultural heritage
(proclamation of a moving monument)
(1) Premises and collections of movable property entered in a register which are not in the management of a state or authorized museum and which are not entered in its inventory, become monuments with proclamation.
(2) The proposal for a proclamation on the basis of its own judgment or at the proposal of the petitioner shall be prepared by the state or authorized museum. If the museum rejects the initiative for the proclamation, it must inform the initiator by its decision.
(3) The museum must inform the owner of the movable heritage, which is supposed to be declared a monument, about the preparation of the proposal for proclamation, and obtain a consent for the proclamation from him. Movable heritage without the consent of the owner can not be declared a monument unless the owner of the heritage is unknown.
(4) A collection may be declared a monumental collection only if all individual movables are entered in the inventory of the collection according to the criteria set out in Article 18 of this Act.
(5) If the proclamation procedure relates to geological collections containing minerals or fossils, the consent of the Minister responsible for nature conservation must be obtained.
(6) The monument of national importance shall be proclaimed by a decree of the Government, and the monument of local importance shall be determined by the decree of the representative body of the province or municipality.
(7) The act of proclamation shall include the identification of the monument, the values justifying the proclamation of the monument, and the protection regime of the monument.
NATIONAL REGISTER OBJECTS
Slovenia has a national register of museum objects, administered by the Ministry of Culture.
An official museum accreditation scheme has not been found in Slovenia.
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