Commentary

133 The power to indemnify under the National Heritage Act 1980

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| Commentary

133 The power to indemnify under the National Heritage Act 1980

| Commentary

133 The power to indemnify under the National Heritage Act 1980

The Secretary of State has the power in such cases and to such an extent as he may determine to undertake to indemnify any institution, body or person (collectively referred to as ‘the owner’)1 for the loss of, or damage to, any object belonging to them while on loan to any other institution, body or person (collectively referred to as ‘the borrower’)2 within the categories prescribed in the National Heritage Act 1980 Section 16(2)3. In practice, the indemnity is issued to the owner via the

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