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Trinidad and Tobago. 1971 ‘Restrictions on Domestic Violence Offender Holding Firearm User's Licence.’ Firearms Act, Chapter 16:01, Revised Edition 2011; Chapter 16:01, Act 44 (Section 21B), p. 25. Port of Spain: Ministry of Legal Affairs. 1 January

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Restrictions on domestic violence offender holding Firearm User's Licence [Last amended by Act 2 of 2011]

21B. (1) Where the holder of a Firearm User's Licence or a Firearm User's (Employee's) Certificate is convicted of an offence under the Domestic Violence Act, the Commissioner may suspend his licence or certificate as the case may be for a period of five years from the date of conviction for such offence.

(2) Where a person is convicted of a domestic violence offence under the Domestic Violence Act, the Commissioner may refuse to grant that person a Firearm User's Licence or a Firearm User's (Employee's) Certificate for a period of five years from the date of conviction.

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