Minitex Courtesy Return

Minitex Courtesy Return form

Minitex Courtesy Return form
Minitex has a courtesy return policy. A patron can drop off books at a courier delivery library and that library will use the Minitex Courtesy Return Form to send the item back to the owning library.  More information about the courtesy return form, including how to order the form or get a PDF to print the form can be found at Courtesy Returns through Minitex.  For general information about Minitex delivery go to Minitex Delivery.


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