Commentary

126.2 Borrowing objects from other institutions

BAILMENT vol 3(1)
BAILMENT vol 3(1) | Commentary

126.2 Borrowing objects from other institutions

BAILMENT vol 3(1) | Commentary

126.2 Borrowing objects from other institutions

The National Maritime Act 1934 gives the power to:

  1. 126.2.1

        any government department; or

  2. 126.2.2

        the trustees or other persons having the management of any gallery, museum, or other institution in Great Britain which is in receipt of moneys provided by Parliament

to lend any objects under the control or management of the department, trustees or other person which they consider would more properly form part of the collection in the National Maritime Museum1. These powers cannot be exercised in any manner which is inconsistent with any condition attached to any gift

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