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South Africa. 2004 ‘Application for Temporary Authorisation to Trade in Firearms and Ammunition on Premises other than those Specified in Dealer's Licence.’ Firearms Control Regulations, 2004; Chapter 5 - Part 2 (Section 33). Pretoria: Department of Safety and Security. 26 March
33. Application for Temporary Authorisation to Trade in Firearms and Ammunition on Premises other than those Specified in Dealer's Licence
1) A dealer applying for a temporary authorisation as contemplated in section 36 of the Act must, in addition to the requirements of regulation 13, submit –
a) a written motivation in support of the application, with specific reference to the steps which are contemplated in connection with the safe custody of the firearms and ammunition;
b) a written declaration that the dealer has facilities available for the safe custody of the firearms and ammunition that comply with SABS Standard 953-1 or 953-2, or both;
c) a certified copy of the dealer's licence; and
d) a list containing the full names, identity numbers, the date of issue and number of the competency certificate of every person who will trade on behalf of the dealer at the premises.
2) The application must be lodged at least 30 days before the date on which the trading will commence at the other premises.