How long can I have an interlibrary loan book?


The loan period is set by the lending library. Most libraries set a loan period of four weeks, although some lend for longer periods, and occasionally libraries restrict a loan to a shorter period of time. The due date will be marked clearly on the material when you pick it up. Occasionally, material is recalled. If this occurs, you will receive a notice, with a new due date.  Please do not take interlibrary loan materials out of the country, as this makes it difficult to return items on time, especially if items are recalled.

  • Last Updated Aug 17, 2023
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