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Timor-Leste. 2008 ‘Licensing Requirements.’ Timor-Leste Draft Law No. 9/11/2008 Arms Law; Article 6. Dili: National Parliament. 9 November

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Article 6: Licensing Requirements

(1) A person convicted of committing a crime foreseen in the present law or maliciously or negligently committing a crime, for the preparation or execution of which the use or availability of a weapon has been relevant, may be subject to a temporary ban on holding, using and carrying arms.

(2) The ban period shall have the minimum limit of one year and the maximum equal to the highest limit applicable by law for the crime in question, not counting for this purpose the period of time during which the weapon or weapons, licences and other documents have been apprehended within the requirements of the proceedings or the convicted person has been subject to coercive measure or penalty.

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