Video Recordings Act 1993

1 Titles to be assigned to video works for identification purposes.E+W+S+N.I.

(1)In subsection (1) of section 4 of the M1Video Recordings Act 1984 (arrangements for classification of video works), in paragraph (b) before sub-paragraph (i) there shall be inserted the following sub-paragraph—

(ia)for assigning a unique title to each video work in respect of which a classification certificate is to be issued.

(2)In paragraph (c) of that subsection the words from “including” to the end shall be omitted and after that subsection there shall be inserted the following subsections—

(1A)A title assigned to a video work under subsection (1)(b)(ia) above shall consist of—

(a)the title under which the video work was determined to be suitable for the issue of a classification certificate; and

(b)a registration number (which may contain letters and other symbols as well as figures).

(1B)The record maintained under subsection (1)(c) above shall include, in relation to each video work in respect of which a classification certificate has been issued, a video recording which—

(a)contains the video work; and

(b)shows, or shows on its spool, case or other thing on or in which the recording is kept—

(i)the title assigned to the video work under subsection (1)(b)(ia) above; and

(ii)the determination or determinations made in respect of the video work.

(3)In subsection (2) of section 7 of that Act (contents of classification certificate), after the words “must contain” there shall be inserted “ the title assigned to the video work in accordance with section 4(1)(b)(ia) of this Act and. ”

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