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Fines block at Divinity Library & vacation loans due on Thu 14 January 2016

last modified Jan 11, 2016 03:11 PM
If you have borrowed from the Divinity Library, please be aware that if you have outstanding fines of £5.01 or more, your account will be blocked until you have paid these fines. Vacation loans due on Thu 14 January 2016 will not be renewable if your account is blocked.

From today (8 January 2016) we have implemented a recently-approved policy:

Fines of £5.01 and over will need to be paid, otherwise your Divinity Library account will be blocked. This means you will not be able to borrow from us any more, or be able to renew books you have borrowed already (meaning you will accrue more fines).

You can pay in person, or online via:

http://onlinesales.admin.cam.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=1&catid=202&prodid=1784

Please also note:

our vacation loans (books borrowed since the beginning of December 2015, will be due on Thu 14 January 2016. If your account is not blocked, and noone has put a hold on the book, you will be able to renew the book from 10am on the 11th.

 

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