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Vanuatu. 1988 ‘Application, Grant, Renewal, Revocation of Firearms Import Licence.’ Firearms Act 1988 [Cap 198]; Section 14 (2006 Consolidation). Port Vila: Parliament of Vanuatu. 28 March

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Application, Grant, Renewal, Revocation of Firearms Import Licence

14. (1) An application for a firearms import licence under this Act shall be made in the prescribed form to the licensing officer.

(2) The licensing officer shall keep in the prescribed form a register of persons who import firearms and enter in that register the name of any person who applies for a firearms import licence.

(3) The licensing officer may on payment of the prescribed fee and on being satisfied that in all the circumstances the licence shall be granted, grant a firearms import licence to the applicant.

(4) The firearms import licence shall be in the prescribed form, shall be valid for 1 year and shall be renewable on application to the licensing officer on payment of the prescribed fee.

(5) Any holder of a firearms import licence, who fails to comply with any condition subject to which that licence is held, is guilty of an offence under this Act.

ID: Q5022

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