The Government remain committed to correcting the terrible injustices suffered by those who lost cultural objects at the hands of the Nazis. The immunity from seizure proposed in the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill will not apply to any works which are usually kept within the UK, or which are owned by someone ordinarily resident in the UK. Objects in the permanent collections of UK museums will be unaffected by the proposals in the Bill. Claims can still be made against them and referred to the Spoliation Advisory Panel at the request of the claimant. By contributing to the mobility of collections, immunity from seizure legislation can increase information available on the whereabouts of particular works of art, assisting claimants to make claims in the appropriate jurisdiction.