Deaccessioning and disposal seems to be of minor issue in Cyprus.
In the Antiquities Law of 2006 (amended in 2012), there is one article that states objects can be disposed of when not needed by the Cyprus Museum, or any district or local museum (§29). No further details are given. No guidelines or other tools have been developed.
Country details for Cyprus
Republic of Cyprus
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Legislation and National register of objects
Deaccessioning possibilities in Cyprus:
Specific legislation on deaccessioning and disposal is found in
§29: The Committee referred to in section 27 may, with the approval of the Council of Ministers, dispose of by sale, exchange or otherwise any antiquity the property of the Government which is not required for the Cyprus Museum or any District or Local Museum.
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