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Suriname. 1930 ‘Gun Dealer Record Keeping.’ Suriname Firearms Act, as amended to 2001 (Article 17), pp. 7-8. Paramaribo: Bulletin of Acts, Orders and Regulations. 7 February

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Article 17

1. Everyone who makes a business or a habit of the delivery of firearms and ammunition shall be obligated to keep a continuing register, designed in accordance with a model determined by the President and foliated and initialled by or on behalf of the Prosecutor General or the District Commissioner of their place of residence, and to forthwith record all firearms and ammunition received or delivered by them under any title.

2. They shall be obligated to forthwith record therein the names and addresses of both the persons from whom the goods originate or for whom the goods are intended, and of the persons from whom they have received or to whom they delivered the goods, and furthermore, the date and place of issue of the licences, written authorizations and movement certificates which may have been granted in accordance with this law to the persons intended.

3. They shall be obligated to show the register on demand for perusal, inspection and verification to any of the civil servants referred to in Article 30.1

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