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New South Wales. 2006 ‘Term of Subsequent Licences that are Renewals of Category A and B Licences that Expire in 2008.’ Firearms Regulation 2006 (2006-512, as at 1 January 2014); Section 8A. Sydney: New South Wales Government. 1 September

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8A. Term of subsequent licences that are renewals of category A and B licences that expire in 2008

(1) This clause applies to a licence (a subsequent licence) that is issued by way of renewal of a category A or B licence (including a composite licence that comprises a category A and B licence only) that expires during the period commencing 1 March 2008 and ending 31 December 2008. However, this clause does not apply to any such subsequent licence issued to a person who had more than 4 firearms registered in their name as at 30 June 2007.

(2) The period for which a subsequent licence is to be issued is as follows:
(a) 1 year if the applicant satisfies the approved criteria for issuing a licence for that period,
(b) 2 years if the applicant satisfies the approved criteria for issuing a licence for that period,
(c) 3 years if the applicant satisfies the approved criteria for issuing a licence for that period,
(d) 4 years if the applicant satisfies the approved criteria for issuing a licence for that period.

(3) Any such period is prescribed for the purposes of section 21 (1) of the Act in relation to the subsequent licence concerned.

['The Act' means the Firearms Act 1996]

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