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Falkland Islands. 2009 ‘Grant, Variation and Revocation of Licences.’ Firearms and Ammunition Ordinance No. 4 of 1987, as Amended 2009; Title 23.2 (Section 4), pp. 3-4. Stanley: Falkland Islands Government. 1 October
4. Grant, variation and revocation of licences
(1) The chief police officer may require such information as he shall consider necessary from any applicant for a licence.
(2) Any person who knowingly makes a false statement in or in connection with any application for a licence commits an offence and is liable on conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to a fine not exceeding £200 or to both such imprisonment and fine.
(3) The chief police officer shall grant an application for a licence if he is satisfied that
(a) the applicant has good reason for requiring the licence;
(b) defence, internal security, public safety, public order and the peace will not be
endangered by the grant of the licence; and
(c) the applicant is not of intemperate habits or of unsound mind or for any other reason unfitted to hold the licence.
(4) The chief police officer may include in any licence such conditions as he considers necessary in the interests of defence, internal security, public safety, public order and the peace, and may during the currency of any licence introduce, add to, delete or vary any such conditions, for which purpose he may give the holder of the licence written notice to deliver his licence to the chief police officer within twenty-one days for amendment.
(5) Any holder of a licence who fails to comply with any condition therein commits an offence and is liable on conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to a fine not exceeding £500 or to both such imprisonment and fine…
(9) Nothing in the foregoing provisions of this section shall be deemed to require a licence to possess an airgun.