Answered By: Deb Ehrstein
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2014     Views: 261

Interlibrary Loans are intended for short-term use. On average lending libraries allow a 3-4 week loan period. One renewal of an additional 2-3 weeks is often granted unless the owning library needs their item back. If you do not return books promptly, your borrowing privileges may be blocked and/or a fine may be placed on your account. As a shared arrangement, the success of Interlibrary Loan depends on the cooperation of all participants. 

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