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New Zealand. 2008 ‘Conditions of Endorsements.’ Arms Act 1983 No. 44; Section 32 (Reprint 2008). Wellington: Parliamentary Counsel Office. 1 October

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Conditions of Endorsements

(1) It is a condition of every endorsement made under section 30 that the holder of the firearms licence —
(a) observes, in respect of every pistol or restricted weapon or part of a restricted weapon in his possession, such security precautions as are required by regulations made under this Act; and
(b) ensures that every restricted weapon in his possession is both rendered inoperable by the removal of a vital part and maintained, by reason of the removal of a vital part, in an inoperable condition.

(2) Any member of the Police may, on the direction of the Commissioner, impose, as conditions of an endorsement made by that member of the Police under section 30, such conditions with regard to the use or custody of the pistol or restricted weapon (being conditions additional to those specified in subsection (1)) as that member of the Police thinks fit.

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