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Brunei. 1928 ‘Exportation of Guns, Arms and Naval, Military and Air Force Stores.’ Arms and Explosives Act (Chapter 58) Arms and Explosives Rules, Revised Edition 2002; Section 8 (B.R.O.N. 26/11/28). Brunei: Sultan of Brunei. 26 November
Exportation of Guns, Arms and Naval, Military and Air Force Stores
8. (1) Every person desirous of exporting guns or arms or naval, military or air force stores from Brunei Darussalam shall deliver to the Licensing Officer a list showing —
(a) the nature, calibre and number of such guns or arms;
(b) the description and quantity of such naval, military and air force stores;
(c) the country of destination of such guns, arms or stores;
(d) the name of the ship or aircraft flight number in which it is intended to export the same; and
(e) the probable date of departure of such ship or aircraft.
(2) On receiving the particulars referred to in paragraph (1), the Licensing Officer shall, subject to the provisions of any proclamation in force, issue a licence in Form 2 in the First Schedule.
Such licence shall remain in force for a period of 24 hours only from the hour of issue, but the period may for good cause be extended from time to time for any period not in excess of 24 hours.