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Grenada. 1968 ‘Restriction on Delivery of Firearms and Ammunition.’ Firearms Act of 1968, Last Amended in 1990; Chapter 105, Part III (Section 11), pp. 13-14. St George's: Ministry of Legal Affairs. 28 September

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Restriction on Delivery of Firearms and Ammunition

11. (1) Where a person (in this section referred to as "the purchaser") other than the holder of a Firearm Manufacturer's Licence or a Firearm Dealer's Licence proposes to purchase or acquire any firearm or ammunition from some other person (in this section referred to as "the vendor")

(a) the vendor and purchaser shall certify to the chief officer of police in writing particulars as to

(i) the purchaser's name and address;
(ii) the vendor's name and address; and
(iii) the type of firearm or ammunition to be purchased or acquired; and

(b) the chief officer of police shall notify the purchaser and vendor in writing as to the terms and conditions on the fulfilment of which delivery of the firearm or ammunition will be permitted.

(2) Where delivery of any firearm or ammunition is effected in contravention of any terms or conditions imposed by the chief officer of police pursuant to subsection (1) the purchaser or, as the case may be, the vendor of such firearm or ammunition shall be guilty of an offence and liable, on summary conviction, to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for three months unless he or she proves that at the time of the delivery he or she was unaware of the contravention.

ID: Q9010

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