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Tonga. 1968 ‘Mental Illness.’ Arms and Ammunition Act (1968); Chapter 39, Section 32. Nuku'alofa: Legislative Assembly. 29 November

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If a person licensed to deal in arms or ammunition or to import arms or ammunition dies or becomes insolvent or bankrupt or mentally disordered or otherwise under disability, the person carrying on the business of such licensee shall not be liable to any penalty or forfeiture for acting under the licence during such reasonable time as may be necessary to allow him to make application for a new licence, and such person shall be deemed to be the holder of the said licence for all purposes under this Act and to be liable in the same way as if he were the original holder thereof until a new licence is granted or refused.

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