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Fiji. 2003 ‘Marking of Arms and Identification Cards.’ Arms and Ammunition Act; Section 7. Suva: Office of the Attorney-General. 1 January

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Marking of Arms and Identification Cards

(1) If an application is made for any arms licence for any arms not marked with letters or figures or in some other manner by which it can be readily identified, the authorised officer through whom the application is made may, before the licence is issued, cause the arms to be marked with some permanent mark by which it can be known and identified, but in such a manner, as far as possible, as not to damage or disfigure the arms.

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