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Mexico. 2015 ‘Customs Processes (Despachos Aduanales).’ Federal Law of Firearms and Explosives of January 11, 1972 - Last amended in 2015 (Ley Federal de Armas y Explosivos del 11 de enero de 1972 - Última reforma publicada en 2015); Title III, Chapter III (Article 57), p. 14. Mexico City: Congress of Mexico. 12 November

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Artículo 57

Cuando las armas, objetos y materiales de importación o exportación comercial se encuentren en poder de la aduana respectiva, los interesados lo comunicarán a la Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional para que ésta designe representante que intervenga en el despacho aduanal correspondiente, sin cuyo requisito no podrá permitirse el retiro del dominio fiscal o la salida del país.

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Article 57

When imported or exported firearms, items, and materials, come under the control of the respective Customs Offices, the interested parties shall inform the Secretariat of National Defence so that the latter may appoint a representative that shall assist in the corresponding customs process, without which condition their ownership may not be claimed, nor could they exit the country.

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