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Western Australia. 1973 ‘Disqualification by Court Imposing Violence Restraining Order.’ Firearms Act 1973 (Version 05-00-00, reprinted under the Reprints Act 1984 as at 13 February 2015); Section 27A. Perth: State Law Publisher. 18 October

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27A. Disqualification by court imposing violence restraining order

(1) A court making a violence restraining order against a person may order that, for a term set by the court or until a court orders to the contrary, the person be disqualified from holding any licence, permit, or approval, or any particular licence, permit, or approval, under this Act.

(2) In subsection (1) —
violence restraining order has the same meaning as it has in section 11(4).

(3) If an order under subsection (1) disqualifies a person from holding any licence, permit, or approval already held by the person when the disqualification order is made, the licence, permit, or approval held is, by force of this section, suspended and has no effect for so long as the disqualification order is in force.

(4) The court is to ensure that details of the restraining order and the disqualification order are made known to the Commissioner as soon as is practicable.

ID: Q3052

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