Standard Loan Agreement For Temporary Exhibitions

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B. INCOMING LOANS 1. RESPONSIBLE PARTIES a. “All loan operations for temporary and travelling exhibitions are managed by the director of exhibition and design, unless the exhibition is coordinated or managed by a collection department of the UAMN (see section XIX of this document). b.”” “All the objects loaned for research come from the curator who asks, in collaboration with the head of collection of the competent department. c.” ” “The collectors, in agreement with the Curators, are responsible for the preparation and maintenance of all loan documents. d.” “Collectors are responsible for packaging, unpacking, unpacking, pest control, shipping, insurance and provision of status reports for all loans received, with the exception of official exhibitions (see section XIX of this document). e.” “If a lender imposes unusual restrictions on a proposed loan, the curator, in agreement with the museum director, will approve or negotiate these terms and be held accountable for compliance. 2. ” INCOMING LOAN CRITERIA a.

” “The objects may be loaned by other educational or non-profit institutions or by individuals. b.”” “All loans must have a written agreement on commitment loans, which indicates all rights and responsibilities, including potential fees. The documents of the lending institution may be attached or attached to these agreements. However, if the terms of the incoming loan contract represent a higher risk burden for UAMN than UAMN`s standard incoming loan contract, the Director of exhibition-design or the relevant curator will consult risk management prior to the adoption of the agreement. c. ” “No permanent loan is accepted unless the museum director, on the recommendation of the curator, authorizes an exception or, in the case of federal collections, has signed an agreement detailing the responsibilities of both parties. d. ” The museum will not knowingly accept incoming loans of objects acquired or collected illegally or not in accordance with all applicable international, national, governmental and local laws and regulations. e.” “All borrowed goods are verified by the lender prior to their shipment to the NAMU to verify the relevant constitution and the NMRO receives written authorization from the Lender Institute for packaging, travel, handling and climate change. 3. ” “INCOMING LOAN PROCEDURES a.” “The person responsible for closing the loan application will go to the institution or credit institution and adopt the terms of credit, including the specified period.

b.”” “After receiving the loan, the loan service is inventoried, verifies, assigns temporary credit numbers (if any), is processed according to the integrated management policy of the plague of the NMU, photographed (if any) and written notation of the results. c.” ” “Any inconsistency in the credit inventory or any change in the status of the items in question during the term of the loan must be immediately reported to the lender and, if necessary, inform risk management and prepare a full report on the status of things. d.” ” “loans are returned to the address indicated until the agreed date and to the lender document specified in the loan agreement, unless an authorized representative of the lender has notified the relocation. e.” “All borrowed objects are subject to the same level of care, security and handling as objects in the permanent collection of UAMN. f.”” “Conservatives are not transferred or modified in any way without the express written permission of the lending institution.

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