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Kenya. 1954 ‘Disposal of Firearms, etc..’ Firearms Act, Chapter 114; Section 38. Nairobi: Republic of Kenya. 1 January

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Disposal of Firearms, etc.

38. (1) Where any firearm or ammunition has been held for a period exceeding three months in a firearms store maintained by the Kenya Police Force, the Commissioner of Police may order the destruction or other disposal of that firearm or ammunition together with any case, holster, strap, lanyard, cleaning equipment, spare part or other accessory packed, carried or stored with the firearm or ammunition.

(2) Before destruction or disposal under subsection (1) the Commissioner of Police shall take such steps as he deems possible and appropriate to give notice to the owner of the firearm or ammunition (if known) of his intention so to act, and subject thereto shall allow the owner a period of not less than two months within which to make arrangements to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Police for the disposal of the firearm or ammunition…..

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