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Costa Rica. 2013 ‘Mental Health Certificate (Dictamen de idoneidad mental).’ Regulation of the Arms and Explosives Act No. 37985-SP (Reglamento a la Ley de Armas y Explosivos Nº 37985-SP); Title III, Chapter 1, §1 (Article 30), p. 23. San José: Presidency of the Republic of Costa Rica. 12 September

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Artículo 30. Dictamen de idoneidad mental

Para la inscripción o portación de un arma de fuego permitida, se requiere un dictamen extendido por un profesional competente incorporado al colegio profesional respectivo sobre la idoneidad mental del solicitante, el cual deberá indicar con toda claridad la aptitud para el uso de armas de fuego permitidas.

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Translated content:

Article 30. Mental Health Certificate

In order to register or carry a firearm, [individuals] require a mental health certificate issued by a competent professional belonging to the respective professional association. The certificate must declare the applicant's aptitude to use permitted firearms.

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