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THE CINEMATOGRAPH ACT, 1952

Title : THE CINEMATOGRAPH ACT, 1952

Year : 1952



The Central Government may, by order in writing exempt1, subject to such conditions and restrictions as it may impose, any cinematography exhibition or class of cinematography exhibitions from any of the provisions of this Part or of any rules made there under.

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1. For such general exemptions, see Gazette of India,1954, Part II, section 3, p. 240, Gazette of India, 1955, Part II, section 3, p. 310.

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The Cinematography Act, 1918 (2 of 1918) is hereby repealed:-

Provided that in relation to Part A States and Part B States the repeal shall have effect only in so far as the said Act relates to the sanctioning of cinematography films for exhibition.
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