4. a. Unless a written loan agreement specifically provides otherwise, a museum may give notice of its intent to terminate a loan of property under the following circumstances:

   the property is on loan to the museum for an indefinite period of time and the lender, or anyone acting legitimately on the lender’s behalf, has not contacted the museum with respect to the loan for at least ten years from the beginning date of the loan; or

   the property is on loan to the museum for a specified period of time and the lender, or anyone acting legitimately on the lender’s behalf, has not contacted the museum with respect to the loan for at least five years from the expiration date of the loan.

   b.   Any notice given by a museum pursuant to this act for the purpose of terminating a loan of property shall contain the following information:

   a description of the property in sufficient detail for ready identification;

   the last known name and address of the lender or a potential claimant;

   the date of the loan, if known, or the approximate date the property was deposited with the museum;

   the name and address of the museum; and

   the name, address, and contact information of the appropriate museum official or office to be contacted regarding the property.

   L.2011, c.109, s.4.