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Niue. 1975 ‘Regulations.’ Arms Act (1975); Section 24 (Reviewed 2006). Alofi: Legislative Assembly. 4 February
(1) The Minister of Police, acting by and with the advice and consent of Cabinet may make regulations for any purpose for which regulations are contemplated by this Act and for the due administration of it.
(2) In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such regulations may provide for the following matters --
(a) Prescribing the form of permits, and certificates under this Act and the conditions and manner of their grant: Provided that unless and until regulations shall be made adding to or amending the forms of permits and certificates contained or the fees specified in the Schedules, such forms of permits and certificates contained and such fees specified shall be the forms and the fees for the several matters referred to in the Schedules;
(b) Making provision for the marking of firearms with identifying marks before the issue of certificates of registration;
(c) Applying the provisions of this Act to any class of firearm not included in this Act;
(d) Excluding any firearms from this Act;
(e) Declaring any firearm shotgun or weapon to be an unlawful weapon;
(f) Generally for any other purpose deemed by the Minister of Police to be necessary for giving effect to the full intent and purposes of this Act.