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Suriname. 1930 ‘Authority to Keep Firearms.’ Suriname Firearms Act, as amended to 2001 (Article 10), p. 4. Paramaribo: Bulletin of Acts, Orders and Regulations. 7 February

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Article 10

The authority to keep firearms is reserved solely:

1° to public officials and officers who by order of the President may keep the firearm involved;

2° to a public body;

3° to persons holding the firearm by virtue of a legal provision or instruction regarding a public body;

4° to those persons being members of the Armed Forces or the Police, insofar as the firearm kept by them pertains to their outfit in terms of type and quantity.

5° to those persons, referred to in the fourth paragraph of Article 2,1 insofar as it concerns a firearm, possession of which shall be compulsory for them in terms of type and quantity;

6° to persons who do not transport any firearms than those packaged in such a manner that they cannot be put to immediate use, provided that such transport is covered by a movement certificate issued by the District Commissioner of the City District or by the District Commissioner of the place where the transport commences;

7° to the person who is provided with a general or a specific written authorization of the civil servant authorized to the issuance thereof under the provisions and conditions therein incorporated.

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