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Grenada. 1968 ‘Appropriate Authority.’ Firearms Act of 1968, Last Amended in 1990; Chapter 105, Part V (Section 38), p. 29. St George's: Ministry of Legal Affairs. 28 September

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Appropriate Authority

38. (1) The appropriate authority for the grant, amendment or revocation of any Firearm Manufacturer's Licence shall be the Minister.

(2) The appropriate authority for the grant, amendment or revocation of any Firearm Dealer's Licence or any Gunsmith's Licence shall be the Chief of Police.

(3) The appropriate authority for the grant, amendment or revocation of any Firearm Import Permit, or Firearm Export Permit, or Firearm User's (Special) Permit shall be the Chief of Police, or in the case of a Firearm User's (Special) Permit the chief officer of police for the police division if so authorised in writing in that behalf by the Chief of Police.

(4) The appropriate authority for the grant, amendment or revocation of any Firearm Transhipment Permit shall be the Comptroller.

(5) The appropriate authority for the grant, amendment or revocation of any Firearm User's Licence or Firearm Disposal Permit or Firearm User's (Employee's) Certificate shall be the Chief of Police or, if so authorised in writing in that behalf by the Chief of Police, the chief officer of police for the police division in which the applicant for such licence, permit or certificate resides or carries on business.

(6) The appropriate authority for the grant, amendment or revocation of any certificate under section 20(2)(j) shall be the Minister or a police officer authorised by him or her.

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