Deaccessioning in Spain
Spain is a country in the southern part of Europe. It adheres to the Latin museological tradition regarding deaccessioning and disposal
Is has the principle of inalienablity by law, and thus has no guidelines or other tools regarding the subject.
Country details for Spain
|Official name:||Kingdom of Spain|
|Number of residents:||46,56 million|
|Number of museums:||1,468|
|Parameters:||Legislation, Classification systems, and National register of objects|
Deaccessioning possibilities in Spain:
Spain has no specific legislation on deaccessioning and disposal, other than some articles on the principle of inalienation in the Law on the historical cultural heritage.
Spain has no guidelines on deaccessioning and disposal.
Spain has no other tools on deaccessioning and disposal.
Spain works with a system of declared goods of cultural interest. All museum objects are automatically declared of cultural interest.
NATIONAL REGISTER OBJECTS
Spain has a national register of museum objects called the General Register on cultural goods of interest, managed by the Ministry of Culture. On provincial levels, such lists are administered as well.
Spain has no accreditation scheme for museums