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Tasmania. 2006 ‘Prescribed Particulars to be Contained in Dealings Record.’ Firearms Regulations 2006 (Regulations as of 4 November 2015); Section 13. Hobart: Governor of the State of Tasmania. 16 October

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13. Prescribed particulars to be contained in dealings record

For section 89(2)(f) of the Act, where a licensed firearms dealer acts as an agent in any dealing with a firearm or firearm part between licensees, a dealings record is to contain the following particulars regarding that dealing:
(a) the names and addresses of the licensees involved in the dealing;
(b) the numbers of the licences of the licensees or permits authorising the licensees to possess the firearm or firearm part;
(c) the numbers of the permits of the licensees to acquire the firearm;
(d) the date of receipt of the firearm or firearm part by the firearms dealer;
(e) the date of the sale and purchase of the firearm or firearm part;
(f) the make, serial number, calibre, type, action and any magazine capacity of the firearm or firearm part.

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