Re: Re-structuring existing loan rules?
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- Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 12:12:50 -0400
- From: "Tom Baker" <tbaker@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Re-structuring existing loan rules?
Also, be sure you never delete a loan rule. Someone please correct me if
I'm wrong, but my understanding is that deleting a loan rule causes all the
higher-numbered loan rules to shift up by one (i.e. the numbers are actual
numbers, not labels). If you delete your loan rule #16, you still have a
loan rule #16, and it's exactly what your 17th loan rule used to be. What
I've done when I retire a loan rule is to shorten its old name, and add NO
USE to the end of the name.
It would be nice if the loan rules could now be found by name rather than
by number; that would allow us to delete old ones when there's no material
left out or unaccounted for on them, and rearrange the table so it makes
better sense. Someone please let me know if I'm behind the times.
Arthur W. Diamond Law Library
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06/11/2003 11:48 AM
Please respond to
Roger: Unless something has changes we were told to never re-use a loan
rule if money was involved.
At 10:12 AM 6/11/2003, you wrote:
>We have some old loan rules. We no longer have any books actively
>circulating under these rules. We do have books that are overdue under
>these loan rules.
>We may need to create some new loan rules since our fines may be changing.
>Can we re-make the old loan rule to reflect new rules rather than creating
>brand new loan rules?
>What are the affects on the books that are overdue? Will it matter when
>(if!) they are returned? Will they be fined under the new loan rule
>we assume they would?) Are there ramifications we are not seeing. Has
>anyone done this?
>What is the limit on the number of loan rules you can have?
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