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I received a recall notice. What does a “recall” mean?

Last Updated: Nov 14, 2013  |  87 Views
Topics: Borrowing, Loans

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'Recall' means that an item you have borrowed has been requested by another borrower.

If an item is recalled from you, you will be sent an email advising you of the new due date. However, you will always have a minimum seven day loan period from the time you borrow a main collection book.

If an item is on loan to another patron you can recall it by placing a request via the Library Catalogue, or you can ask a staff member at the Lending Desk to recall it for you.

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