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Australia. 1996 ‘Permit to Acquire.’ Special Firearms Meeting - the 'Nationwide Agreement on Firearms'; Section 7. Canberra: Australasian Police Ministers' Council. 10 May

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7. Permit to Acquire

Council resolved:
(a) that a separate permit be required for the acquisition of every firearm.

(b) that the issue of a permit should be subject to a waiting period of at least 28 days to enable appropriate checks to be made on licensees in order to ascertain whether circumstances have occurred since the issuing of the original licence which would render the licensee unsuitable to possess the firearm or which would render the licensee ineligible for that type of firearm.

[The APMC Resolutions are also commonly known as the 'National Firearms Agreement,' or NFA].

ID: Q2583

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