Commentary

121.1 Lending of objects

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| Commentary

121.1 Lending of objects

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121 National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery and Tate Gallery

121.1 Lending of objects

The boards of trustees of the National Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery and the Tate Gallery have the power to lend any relevant object1 which is comprised in the museum’s collection (where the property in the object is vested in the board of trustees) for the purpose of public exhibition or otherwise2. This power to loan works applies equally to situations where the object will remain within the United Kingdom and to those where the object will be sent abroad.

This power is subject to the following: that when

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