Answered By: Seth Quidachay-Swan
Last Updated: Nov 02, 2016     Views: 6

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Overdue books from the Law Library

Law Library staff will: 
Deliver a notice to your office chair, informing you that the books are overdue; this overdue notice will offer you the option to renew the books. Please respond to these notices by either returning the book or checking the box to renew. You may also renew your books online through the Library Catalog. For instructions on renewing books online visit http://umil.iii.com/screens/help_renew.html

Recalled books from the Law Library

Law Library staff will: 
Retrieve the books from your office, and leave a notice offering you the option of having the books returned to you. If you do not respond to this notice, the books will not be returned to you after the other patron has used them. 

Overdue books from other libraries on campus

Other UM libraries (Hatcher, UGL and Kresge Business Library) will send overdue notices directly to you. You will accrue fines if you do not return the overdue books. After a book is 50 days overdue, your borrowing privileges will be suspended and the Pages will not be able to borrow any other books for you until your overdue books are returned. 

Recalled books from other libraries on campus:

You will receive a recall notice with a new due date. You must return the book by the new due date. If you do not return the recalled book by the recall due date, you will accrue daily fines and your borrowing privileges will be immediately suspended.

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