Q. What does 'subject to recall 'mean?

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  • When you take a standard loan book out, it is due back in 6 weeks, subject to recall. 
  • This means that if another library user needs the book and requests it, the book is recalled and the return date may be brought forward. 
  • You receive a recall email so check the return date in the notice in case it has changed.
  • You are guaranteed the book for at least 2 weeks from the date you checked it out.
  • if you have already had the book for at least 2 weeks, you are given 3 days to return it.
  • You cannot renew a book that has been recalled.
  • The fine on a recalled book that is not returned on time is €1 per day.
  • Last Updated Sep 10, 2019
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  • Answered By Anne O'Callaghan

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