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Cinematograph Act, 1952

32. Re-examination of certified films

(1) Where in respect of a film which has been certified for public exhibition, any complaint is received by the Board, the same shall be forwarded to the Central Government.

(2) The Central Government may, if it considers it necessary so to do, direct the Chairman to re-examine any film (in respect of which a complaint has been received by it directly or through the Board) in such manner and with such assistance as may be specified in the direction.

(3) The chairman may, for the purpose of re-examination aforesaid, require by written notice the person who made the application for certification of the film or the person to whom the rights of ownership or distribution in the film have passed, to arrange at his expense to deliver a print of the certified film to any specified Regional Officer within such time as may be specified in the notice for the purpose of re-examination.

(4) The place, date and time of such re-examination shall be determined by the Chairman.

(5) The Chairman shall forward his opinion together with the print of the film in relation to which a certificate was issued earlier to the Central Government who may after such enquiry as it deems fit, pass such orders thereon in exercise of the revisional powers under section 6.

(6) The provisions of this rule shall apply only in cases where the revisional powers are exercisable by the Central Government under section 6.

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