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Serbia. 1992 ‘Article 11b.’ Republic of Serbia Law on Weapons and Ammunition, No.9/92 [Law as 2003]; Part II (Article 11b). Belgrade: Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia. 1 January

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Article 11b

Relevant authorities shall issue permit to carry weapon for personal safety based on the decision approving carrying of such weapons.

Permit to carry weapons shall be valid for the period of five years from the day of its issuance and may be extended, if a holder submits an application 30 days at the latest prior to is expiration, for the same period of time if the relevant authorities conclude that the reasons due to which the initial permit has been issued continue to exist.

If the relevant authorities find out, in the course of the procedure from the paragraph 2 of this Article, that the reasons because of which carrying of weapon has been approved, ceased to exist, he shall suggest the authorized official to bring a decision by means of which carrying of weapon shall be banned. In case authorized official finds out that the reasons on the ground of which carrying of the weapons has been approved, ceased to exist, he shall make decision by means of which carrying of weapons shall be banned.

The authorized official shall make decision to ban weapon carrying and to take away permit to carry weapons in case the relevant authorities find out even before permit expiration that the reasons because of which carrying of the weapons has been approved ceased to exist.

An appeal against the decision from the paragraph 3 and 4 of this Article may be submitted to the Minister of Interior within 15 days from the day of decision reception.

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