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Niue. 1975 ‘Registration May be Refused or Existing Certificate Revoked.’ Arms Act (1975); Section 7 (Reviewed 2006). Alofi: Legislative Assembly. 4 February

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Registration May be Refused or Existing Certificate Revoked

(1) No person shall be registered as the owner of any firearm who, in the opinion of the Arms Officer, is not a fit and proper person to be in possession of the firearm.

(2) If any person who is registered as the owner of any firearm is, in the opinion of the Arms Officer, not a fit and proper person to be in possession of the firearm or if, in the opinion of the Arms Officer, the firearm is unsafe, the Arms Officer may, by notice in writing under his hand, revoke the certificate of registration, and the person so registered shall on demand surrender the certificate to any constable.

(3) On the revocation of a certificate of registration under this section the person to whom the certificate was issued shall cease to be the registered owner of the firearm to which it relates, whether or not the certificate had been surrendered.

ID: Q397

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