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Lost or stolen card?

Ring 941-7923 immediately, or email library@ccc.govt.nz

If you are also a youth member of Christchurch City Libraries, you accept that:

  1. You are responsible for items borrowed on your card. Please do not lend your card to anyone else.
  2. Most items are issued for 28 days. See borrowing periods for details.
  3. You are unable to borrow if charges on your record total $15 or more, or if they are outstanding for more than one month.
  4. You will contact us immediately if your card is lost or stolen, by calling 03 941-7923. You are responsible for items borrowed before the loss was reported.
  5. You will tell us if you change address, or your contact details change

Fraudulent use of a library card can be extremely expensive for the owner of that card. Just as you would cancel or replace your bus card, student ID, bank card or driver's licence, you need to report your library card lost or stolen.