Detroit Institute of Arts collection could be sold to pay Detroit's creditors?

This is a pretty shocking possibility, but wouldn't be as easy as Detroit thinks

DIA's art collection could face sell-off to satisfy Detroit's creditors | Detroit Free Press | freep.com:
The once unthinkable is suddenly thinkable.
Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr is considering whether the multibillion-dollar collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts should be considered city assets that potentially could be sold to cover about $15 billion in debt.

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