Answered By: Rich Gause
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014     Views: 59

A book label giving the due date and any other conditions set by the lending library is on each item. This label should not be removed. The item must be returned to the library by the due date. Any paperwork that accompanies the item should also be kept with it.

The policies on interlibrary loan materials are set by the lending libraries. In order to maintain our reputation as a responsible borrowing library and our privilege to borrow, we must adhere to the due dates and restrictions imposed by that library. Please help us to keep good relationships with other libraries by returning your materials in a timely manner.

See the Interlibrary Loan Department's FAQ for additional information.

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