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Malaysia. 1960 ‘Power of Chief Police Officer to Delegate.’ Laws of Malaysia, Act 206, Arms Act 1960 [Act as of January 2006]; Part V (Section 57). Kuala Lumpur: The Commissioner of Law Revision, Malaysia. 1 January

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Power of Chief Police Officer to Delegate

57. A Chief Police Officer may, by notification in the Gazette, delegate —
(a) to any senior police officer or an Officer in Charge of a Police District, either by name or office, the exercise of all the powers or the performance of all the duties vested in or conferred or imposed upon the said Chief Police Officer by this Act, or of such of the powers or duties aforesaid as he may specify in the notification;
(b) to any superior police officer, either by name or office, the exercise of all the powers or the performance of all the duties vested in or conferred or imposed upon the said Chief Police Officer and relating to the issue and renewal of any licence or arms permit under this Act.

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