The board of governors of the Museum of London has the power to lend any object vested in them on such terms and conditions as they think fit to any person for any purpose1 (whether this is carried out in the United Kingdom or elsewhere)2 subject to the board having regard to3:
the interests of students and other visitors to the collections vested in the board;
the physical condition and degree of rarity of the object; and
any risks to which the object is likely to be exposed.
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