Answered By: Jeffrey Feinsilver
Last Updated: Jun 30, 2014     Views: 22

Hi!  It's hard to give a definite answer without evaluating the damage.  When the book is returned, the Library Technical Services Dept. can view the damage.  The Library may be able to repair the damage in-house with no charge to you.  If this option is not possible, the book might have to be replaced or sent out for repairs.  In this situation you'll be charged for costs.  You might be able to handle this on your own, if you feel the book in question can be repaired or replaced by yourself at substantially lower cost than that quoted to you by the Library.

Good luck.  Bye.

 

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