No specific legislation or guidelines on deaccessioning and disposal have been found
However, a Mathese museum professional told that in Malt it is not allowed to carry out deaccessioning once we assign a unique number to the artifact, making it part of the national collection. Only in extreme cases of toxic/hazardous materials or sensitive cases of restitution would deaccessioning be considered.
Country details for Malta
Republic of Malta
Number of residents:
Number of museums:
Deaccessioning possibilities in Malta:
There is no specific legislation found on deaccessioning and disposal in Malta.
There is no guideline found on deaccessioning and disposal in Malta.
There are no other tools found on deaccessioning and disposal in Malta.
There is no specific legislation found on the classification of museum objects in Malta.
NATIONAL REGISTER OBJECTS
There is no specific legislation found on a national register of museum objects in Malta.
There is no official museum accreditation scheme in Malta.
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