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Suriname. 1930 ‘Requests and Licences to Import, Transit and Export.’ Suriname Firearms Act, as amended to 2001 (Article 5), pp. 2-3. Paramaribo: Bulletin of Acts, Orders and Regulations. 7 February

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Article 5

1. A request to import, transit or export firearms and ammunition shall be made, in writing, addressed to the Prosecutor General.

2. A licence to import, transit or export shall be granted in writing. This licence shall be issued to the interested party either in person or sent by registered official letter.

3. Application and licence shall state the last name and given names of the interested party, the nationality, sex, age, place of residence, occupation, type and quantity of the goods to be imported, transited or exported, the reason therefor and the purpose thereof and the term within which the licence shall or must be used.

4. The licence shall also state in which manner and by which means the import, transit or export will be effected, as well as the special conditions under which it has been granted.

5. Every licence is strictly personal.

6. A licence to import firearms and ammunition may only be used by an applicant who is in this country…

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