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Lithuania. 2002 ‘Persons of Sufficiently Good Repute.’ Republic of Lithuania Law on Control of Weapons and Ammunition 2002 No. IX-705 (As last amended on 14 January 2010 - No. XI-646); Chapter 5 (Article 18). Vilnius: Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania. 15 January

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Persons of Sufficiently Good Repute:

1. Under this Law, a person of sufficiently good repute shall be a person to whom the provisions of paragraph 2 of this Article do not apply.

2. A person shall not be regarded as a person of sufficiently good repute if:
1) he has been convicted for an intentional crime for more than 6 years of imprisonment and less than 10 years have passed from the expiry or annulment of his conviction;
2) he has been convicted for a negligent crime which he committed under the influence of alcohol or being intoxicated with narcotic, psychotropic or other intoxicating substances, or for a intentional crime (except the crime indicated in subparagraph 1 of this paragraph) and less than 3 years have passed from the expiry or annulment of his conviction;
3) has been convicted of a negligent crime (except the crime indicated in subparagraph 2 of this paragraph), if the conviction has not expired or been annulled;
4) during the last three years by the court's decision he has been released from criminal liability for a committed crime on bail or upon reconciliation with the victim, or on the basis of mitigating circumstances;
5) he has been within the last three years convicted for a misdemeanour;
6) during the recent year by the court's decision he has been released from criminal liability for a committed misdemeanour on bail or upon reconciliation with the victim, or on the basis of mitigating circumstances;
7) he is, in accordance with the procedure laid down by the law, suspected or accused of having committed a criminal act;
8) his name has been entered in the operative register or court injunctions are issued to him in a manner prescribed by the Law on Organised Crime Prevention;
9) he has repeatedly committed an administrative law violation within a period of one year by which he attempted to commit a crime against property, public or governing order;
10) he has been during the last three years punished at least twice for gross violation of the requirements of the legal acts regulating hunting;
11) he has during the last three years committed at least two administrative law violations under the influence of alcohol, being intoxicated with narcotic, psychotropic or other intoxicating substances;
12) his permit to carry a weapon or to hold a weapon has been revoked or has not been extended on the grounds of this Article, as well as for other violations of weapons circulation, and less than three years have passed since that moment.

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