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Grenada. 1968 ‘Records and Returns.’ Firearms Act of 1968, Last Amended in 1990; Chapter 105, Part III (Section 17), pp. 16-17. St George's: Ministry of Legal Affairs. 28 September
Records and Returns
17. (1) Every licensed dealer (as defined in this section) shall provide and keep a register of transactions and shall enter or cause to be entered therein such particulars as may be prescribed of all transactions relating to his or her business as a licensed dealer.
(2) Every such entry shall be made within twenty-four hours after the transaction to which it relates took place, and, in the case of a sale or transfer, every such licensed dealer shall at the time of the transaction require the purchaser or transferee, if not known to him or her, to furnish particulars sufficient for identification, and shall immediately enter those particulars in the register.
(3) (a) Every such licensed dealer shall on demand allow a police officer duly authorised in writing in that behalf by the chief officer of police, or any police officer of or above the rank of Police Inspector, to enter and inspect all stock in hand and shall, on request by any police officer such as aforesaid or by an officer of Customs, produce for inspection the register required to be kept under subsection (1).
(b) The written authority required by this subsection shall be produced on demand.
(4) Every person who is required to keep a register of transactions under subsection (1) shall make such returns to such authority in such form, in respect of such periods, at such time and containing such particulars as may be prescribed.
(5) Every person who contravenes this section or knowingly makes any false entry in the register required to be kept under subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence.
(6) In this section, "licensed dealer" means the holder of a Firearm Manufacturer's Licence,1 a Firearm Dealer's Licence or a Gunsmith's Licence.1
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