| Commentary

343 Laboratory arrangements

| Commentary

343 Laboratory arrangements

The arrangements relating to laboratories are of crucial importance in the production and distribution of films. Two different types of laboratory letters are in common use1. The first type is a pledge-holder’s letter which is used to secure the position of a financier. The second type is a laboratory access letter, which is frequently used to effect delivery of materials. The producer of a film will not want to part with possession of a negative but may need to make the negative available to several distributors. This is effected by delivering the physical materials to

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