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Co-Production Treaty India & UK
 

ARTICLE 3

Grant of Approved Co-production status

 

 

 

A co-produced film which meets the requirements set out in this Agreement may be granted Approved Co-production status.

Approved Co-production status shall be granted only if:

an application in respect of a film is made to each of the Competent Authorities in accordance with procedures established under Article 2, and

both Competent Authorities agree to approve the application in accordance with this Article.

Approval of an application in respect of a film shall be given in two stages:

provisional approval, and final approval.

Provisional or final approval shall be given Only if the requirements set out in Article 4 are met, and

subject to such conditions as the Competent Authorities (acting jointly) consider appropriate.

For the purposes of eligibility for the benefits referred to Article 9, a film shall be treated as having Approved Co-production status only if:

the Competent Authorities have agreed to give the film final approval under this Article, and that approval has not been withdrawn.

For all other purposes:

references to the grant of Approved Co-production status are to the giving of either final approval or provisional approval under this Article, and

a film shall be treated as having Approved Co-production status if either stage of approval has been given and that approval has not been withdrawn.

If at any stage the Competent Authorities do not agree to approve an application in respect of a film, Approved Co-production status shall be refused.

Nothing in this Agreement binds the relevant authorities in the UK or India to permit the public exhibition of a film which has been granted Approved Co-production status.

 
 
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