Losses or Damages
- It is a serious offense to mutilate, damage, misplace or refuse to return library material. Underlining, marking, folding of pages in the book, etc. are strictly prohibited.
- A lost or damaged book must be reported at once to the Circulation librarian or other librarian on duty to avoid accumulation of fines. Replacement with the same title or another related title subject to the approval of the Director of LIC or undertake to pay the current market price of the latest edition of the lost item plus a processing fee of PhP200.00 and the accrued fines if there is any.
- Failure to replace or pay lost or damaged book within the allowed period means suspension of borrowing privileges.
- Any attempt to steal library properties is a serious offense and will result in disciplinary procedures and other appropriate actions.
In case of mutilated pages, detached stickers or barcodes are noted on the library materials, the borrower will be charged a cost of Php 150.00 per page for the restoration of book or may elect to replace the damaged library material.
For lost or m missing page in a book, replacement of the same title shall be made. However, if the material to be replaced is no longer available in the market, it can be replaced with an updated edition upon the approval of the Library Director.