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Fiji. 2003 ‘Storage and Safe Custody of Arms and Ammunition.’ Arms and Ammunition Act; Part 4 (Section 13). Suva: Office of the Attorney-General. 1 January

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Storage and Safe Custody of Arms and Ammunition

13. (1) A dealers licence must not be issued unless the applicant has obtained a written confirmation from the Inspector of Mines that the premises and facilities proposed to be used by the applicant for the storage of arms and ammunition are suitable for that purpose.

(2) The premises or the facilities used for the storage of arms or ammunition must:
(a) be properly maintained;
(b) be secured to the satisfaction of the Commissioner;
(c) have only one means of entry provided with 2 locks of which the master keys must be delivered to, and retained by, the police officer in charge of the police station nearest to the premises or the facility; and
(d) comply with any other prescribed requirements or conditions.

(3) A person who contravenes subsection (2) commits an offence.

ID: Q4884

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