Legal deposit

Legal deposit for printed books and papers has existed in English law since 1662. It helps to ensure that the nation’s published output (and thereby its record and future published heritage) is collected systematically, and as comprehensively as possible, both in order to preserve the material for the use of future generations and to make it available for within the designated legal deposit libraries. The legal deposit system also has {benefits] for authors and publishers: Reading Rooms, are Publications deposited with the British Library are made available to users in its various Reading Rooms, are for the benefit of future generations, and become part of the national heritage. Publications are recorded in the online catalogue, and will remain an essential tool for generations to come.

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