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Yemen. 1992 ‘Trade in Arms.’ Law No (40) of 1992 on Regulating Carrying Firearms & Ammunitions and Their Trade; Article 32. Sana'a: Ministry of Interior, General Department of Legal Affairs. Translation commissioned by the Yemen Armed Violence Assessment / YAVA. 30 May

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Article (32)

The licensing authority shall have the right to enter the commercials shops trading in arms, ammunitions and their repair, look at their records, inspect the available arms, their parts and ammunitions to verify the implementation of the provisions of this law.

The trader must show the records he is keeping to the representative of the licensing authority at least once every four months and on the day specified by this authority for its representative to visit the trader's shop. The representative must mark the records of the trader to establish having seen them.

He may inventory the available quantity of the trader to verify they match the records and verify the security precautions that have to be considered for storing and warehousing these materials in accordance with the systems and instructions issued in this regards.

The licensing authority may inspect the commercial arms shops in the time it chooses without prior notification to the owners of these shops.

ID: Q2356

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