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Bulgaria. 2000 ‘Article 13.’ Law on the Control of Explosives, Firearms and Ammunitions; Chapter 2 (Article 13). Sofia: National Assembly of Bulgaria. 17 October

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Article 13

Permits for the carrying out of the activities referred to in Article 12 shall not be issued, while issued permits shall be revoked from commercial companies that:

1. (As amended in the "State Gazette", No. 85 of 2000) have concealed income, profits, property or transactions thereupon from the tax administration, such an infringement having been established by an enacted tax investigation warrant or by a valid punitive injunction, provided that two years have not elapsed from the entry of such warrants or injunctions into force;

2. Who have as their partners, general managers or members of the governing bodies individuals who:
a. (As supplemented in the "State Gazette", No. 85 of 2000) have been sentenced for intentionally committed common crimes, or against whom preliminary inquests or police investigations have been initiated in respect of an intentionally committed common crime;
b. suffer from a mental disease;
c. use systematically alcohol, narcotic or psychotropic substances;
d. violate systematically or drastically public order;
e. endanger with their actions the national security.

ID: Q1772

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