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Antigua and Barbuda. 1973 ‘Revocation of Licences, Certificates and Permits.’ Laws of Antigua and Barbuda, Chapter 171, The Firearms Act [Act with amendments to 1989]; Part II (Section 21). St John's: Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda. 1 May

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Revocation of Licences, Certificates and Permits

21. The Commissioner of Police may revoke any licence, certificate or permit-
(a) if in case of the holder of a Firearm Dealer's Licence or a Gunsmith's Licence, such holder is convicted of an offence against this Act or of an offence against the Trade and Revenue Act;
(b) if he is satisfied that the holder thereof is of intemperate habits or of unsound mind, or is otherwise unfit to be entrusted with such a firearm or ammunition as may be mentioned in the licence, certificate or permit;
(c) for non-payment of fees.

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