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Croatia. 1992 ‘Article 18.’ Weapons Law; Chapter II (Article 18). Zagreb: Republic of Croatia Parliament, House of Representatives. 14 September
The meeting of the requirement referred to in Article 17, paragraph 1, item 8) hereof shall be proved by the health certificate.
The health certificate to hold or to hold and carry weapons shall be issued by the health organization that is authorised to conduct such medical examinations.
The Minister of the Interior, with the consent of the Minister of Health, shall specify the requirements to be met by health organizations to perform the medical examinations verifying the medical capability to hold or to hold and carry weapons, manner and procedure for conducting medical examinations, list of diseases and health conditions rendering a person incapable of holding and carrying weapons, manner of keeping records and medical documentation, and content of the certificate of the performed medical examination; competences, composition, and manner of work of second-instance medical commission, and fees related to assessment of health capability.
The Minister of the Interior, with the consent of the Minister of Health, shall specify which health organizations may perform medical examinations referred to in paragraph 3 of this Article.