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I accidentally damaged a book I have checked out. Will I be charged for it?

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Posted: 17 Feb, 2009
by: Booth C.
Updated: 18 Jan, 2013
by: Weber L.
A minimum of $25 is fined for a book that is returned damaged but repairable. This charge is intended to cover costs related to repair. If the Library Preservation Department estimates that repair will cost more than the minimum, more will be charged. All billed books also incur a processing charge of $10.
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