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The Video Recordings (Labelling) Regulations 2012

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and Commencement

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.General labelling requirements

  5. 4.Where under these Regulations the classification symbol, the classification icon...

  6. 5.Where under these Regulations the classification symbol, the classification icon,...

  7. 6.Where under these Regulations the explanatory statement and the classification...

  8. 7.Where under these Regulations the classification symbol and classification icon...

  9. 8.Mixed content

  10. 9.(1) For the purposes of paragraph (8) above –

  11. 10.Video works in respect of which classification certificates have been issued by the video works authority

  12. 11.The “Explanatory Statement” is the following— (a) With respect to...

  13. 12.(1) —Except in the case of a double-sided disc “the...

  14. 13.(1) Except in the case of a double-sided disc, “the...

  15. 14.(1) The classification symbol and the unique title must be...

  16. 15.The classification symbol must be clearly displayed on one of...

  17. 16.Video works in respect of which classification certificates have been issued by the video games authority

  18. 17.The reference to a classification certificate in regulation 16 does...

  19. 18.“Classification icon” is the pictorial description of a kind of...

  20. 19.With respect to a classification certificate which contains a statement...

  21. 20.Where under these Regulations the “classification symbol” is required to...

  22. 21.(1) The classification symbol referred to in regulation 19 may...

  23. 22.The classification symbol and the unique title must be clearly...

  24. 23.The classification symbol must be clearly displayed on one of...

  25. 24.Revocation

  26. Signature

  27. Explanatory Note

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