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Namibia. 1996 ‘Licences to Deal in Arms and Ammunition.’ Promulgation of Arms and Ammunition Act, 1996 (Act No.7 of 1996 - as of 2005); Chapter 3 (Section 15), p. 15. Windhoek: Parliament of Namibia. 11 June

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15. Licences to Deal in Arms and Ammunition

(1) On application in the prescribed manner and payment of the prescribed application fee by any person the Inspector-General may, on payment of the prescribed licence fee, but subject to the directions of the Minister and to section 19, issue to such person a licence to deal in arms and ammunition on the premises specified in the licence, subject to such conditions as may be so specified, or, as the case may be, a licence to deal in ammunition on the premises and subject to the conditions so specified.

(2) A dealer's licence shall expire three years after the date on which it was issued, unless the holder of such licence has before the date of expiry, made the prescribed application in the prescribed manner and upon payment of the prescribed fee, for the renewal of the licence and such application has been granted.

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