Video Recordings Act 1984

Video Recordings Act 1984

Definition

Passed in 1984, an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that requires commercial video recordings to be reviewed and classified by any authority designated by the Home Office before the same can be offered for sale or for hire within the United Kingdom.

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