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Bolivia. 2013 ‘Renewal and Expiration (Renovación y Caducidad).’ Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and Other Related Materials Control Law - Act 400; Title 6, Chapter 3 (Article 48), p. 15. Sucre: Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia. 18 September

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Artículo 48. (Renovación y Caducidad)

Las licencias para uso de armas civiles, tienen vigencia de tres (3) años, pudiendo las personas particulares renovarlas, de acuerdo a reglamentación.

La no renovación de la licencia, procederá automáticamente la caducidad de la licencia y se considera como tenencia ilegal de porte o portación de armas de fuego.

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Translated content:

Article 48. (Renewal and Expiration)

Licences for civilian use are valid for three (3) years and private persons may renew them, in accordance to regulation.

The non-renewal of firearm licences shall automatically lead to the firearm licence expiring. As a result, carrying or possessing these firearms will be regarded as illegal.

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