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Panama. 2011 ‘Validity (Vigencia).’ Act No. 57 on Firearms, Ammunition and Related Materials (Ley Nº 57 general de armas de fuego, municiones y materiales relacionados); Chapter V (Article 41), p. 13. Panama: National Assembly of the Republic of Panama. 27 May

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Artículo 41. Vigencia

El certificado de tenencia de arma de fuego tendrá una vigencia de diez años, salvo los casos en que las armas listadas dejen de estar en posesión del titular del certificado, lo cual requerirá de una actualización de este…

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Translated content:

Article 41. Validity

The firearm possession certificate shall be valid for ten years, except if the registered firearms are no longer in possession of the certificate holder, in which case an update shall be required…

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