If the borrower does not intentionally or unintentionally meet one of the above conditions, he or she must perform one or more appropriate measures in the list below to be considered for future book loans and/or friendships. Lending a book to a friend always seems like a wonderful idea. You feel like a noble literary yenta and your friend enjoys the privilege of reading the free book you have carefully chosen for her. But there`s a dark side to it. I am very familiar with this moment when I accept a book that I had borrowed and discover that it does not look like what he did last time. Rips, spills, broken ties; many are misadventures that can be a borrowed book. I understand that wrinkles are part of life, but if I lend them one of my books, I think you take care of it as if it were yours. I accept the above conditions and promise to treat the owner`s books with love and respect until I see them safely. This agreement will enter into force on 10 September 2001 and will remain in force indefinitely unless it is denounced by one of the parties after thirty (30) days of written notification. The fee charged per kit is $1 per day and the kit must be returned personally to an employee of the Klamath County Library. Replacement fees are charged to borrowers if the item is not returned within 30 days of maturity.

A $5 fee will be charged to borrowers for returns to the book drop, in addition to replacement fees for any damages. This agreement, which will come into effect on September 10, 2001, is concluded by and between Appalas State University (ASU) and Lees-McRae College (LMC) to define the conditions under which ASU makes certain library resources available to students, teachers or certified LMC staff. The borrower must do everything to avoid damaging the book. Damage to the purposes of this treaty includes: It`s not just about: I It`s not going to be the last time. “I`m going to be” I recognize that book loans are a privilege that is managed on a case-by-case basis by the owner and that the loan of a book does not mean that I can borrow future books. By signing below, I agree to be responsible for the following conditions. To keep up with Book Riot`s daily routine, follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook. So much accounting goodness – all day, every day. Each institution may revoke the credit privileges of LMC faculties, staff or students after the written announcement. Once it has been established that a patron has the right to borrow library material under this agreement, the lending library is responsible for registering the borrower in its own database as the ULAC Cooperative Borrower. The guidelines for the ULAC Cooperative Borrower class are defined by the loan library.

Customers must present photo identification at the check-in and at the checkout to identify the customer. Privileges include access to book bags and home loans. All materials loaned under this agreement are subject to the guidelines of the ULAC Cooperative Borrower Patron class of the loan library. All loan procedures and all planned fees for the co-operative user for overdue books, lost books or damaged materials must also be based on the loan library guidelines.