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Nicaragua. 2005 ‘Arms Broker Licence Requirements (Requisitos para la Licencia de Intermediarios).’ Decree No. 28-2005, Regulation to the Special Act on the Control and Regulation of Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and Other Related Materials; Title II, Chapter X (Article 92), pp. 45-46. Managua: Official Gazette of the Republic of Nicaragua. 21 April

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Articulo 92. Requisitos para la Licencia de Intermediarios

Los requisitos para las personas interesadas en la obtención de las licencias de intermediarios, son los mismos que establece el artículo 29,1 numeral II, de la Ley. La licencia será otorgada por la autoridad de aplicación y ratificada mediante resolución ministerial por el Ministro de Gobernación.

Los interesados deben de presentar los documentos originales acompañados de las copias debidamente certificadas por un notario público, haciendo constar que la documentación y su información demuestran que está autorizado legalmente para realizar transacciones comerciales conforme las leyes de Nicaragua.

La licencia de intermediario solamente se otorgará a empresas radicadas en el país conforme las leyes nacionales y personas naturales cuya residencia sea en Nicaragua…

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Decree No. 28-2005, Regulation to the Special Act on the Control and Regulation of Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and Other Related Materials

Article 92. Arms Broker Licence Requirements

Requirements for individuals interested in obtaining [arms] broker licences are the same as the ones established in Article 29,1 paragraph II, of the Act. The licence shall be issued by the implementing authority and ratified through a ministerial resolution of the Ministry of the Interior.

Interested individuals must provide the documents in their original version, together with their copies duly certified by a public notary, indicating that the documents and the information demonstrate that they [applicants] are legally authorised to carry out commercial transactions under the laws of Nicaragua.

The broker licence may only be issued to companies established in the country under national laws, and to individuals whose residence is in Nicaragua…

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