Art. 114. (1) Museums may perform deals with cultural valuables under the terms and conditions of this law. (2) (In force from 10.04.2010) The national, regional and municipal museums and museums with joint participation may perform legal deals with cultural valuables only from their exchange fund after permission of the Minister of Culture or by the head of the institution, where they belong, respectively, by the Mayor of the municipality. (3) Private museums may perform legal deals with cultural valuables of the basic and exchange fund, as provided by Art. 113, Para. 2. (4) The revenues under Para. 2 and 3 shall remain in the budget of the relevant museum and shall be sent only for acquiring, conservation and restoration of cultural valuables. (5) The museums may receive donations from legal and natural persons of items, which may be defined as cultural valuables and have not been identified and registered as provided by this law.
Bulgaria has no guidelines for deaccessioning and disposal
Bulgaria has no other tools for deaccessioning and disposal
Bulgaria has no national classification scheme
NATIONAL REGISTER OBJECTS
The Bulgarian national government holds a register of all museum objects, called National Museum Stock. This is divided in different stocks with different modes of protection and handling possibilities: Main stock, exchange stock, Auxiliary stock. The last two can be deaccessioned or disposed of.
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