FDLP

48. Document Removal

Depository libraries must comply with any recall, withdrawal, or destruction requests of depository publications by the GPO deadline. Only the Public Printer, the Superintendent of Documents, or their agents are authorized to order a library to withdraw a document from its depository collection.

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