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UNTAET. 2001 ‘Prohibition of Unauthorized Activity.’ Regulation No. 2001/5 on Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and other Offensive Weapons in East Timor; Section 4. Dili: United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor. 23 April

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Prohibition of Unauthorized Activity

4.1 - Any person who, without authority under the present Regulation, possesses, purchases or sells any firearm ammunition or explosive, or attempts any of the foregoing, is guilty of a criminal offense and shall be punished by a fine not to exceed ten thousand U.S. dollars (USD 10,000), or a term of imprisonment not to exceed one year, or both.

4.2 - Any person who, without authority under the present regulation, imports, exports, produces or manufactures any firearm, firearm imitation, ammunition or explosive or attempts any of the foregoing, is guilty of a criminal offense and shall be punished by a fine not to exceed fifty thousand U.S. dollars (USD 50,000), or a term of imprisonment not to exceed ten years, or both…

4.5 - Sole possession of a firearm imitation does not constitute a crime unless it is used in the commission of a crime…

4.7 - Any person who without lawful authority imports into East Timor any firearm, ammunition or explosive with the intent to disrupt public order, or who uses any firearm, ammunition or explosive in the disruption of public order is guilty of a criminal offence and shall be punished by a fine not to exceed fifty thousand U.S. dollars (USD 50,000) or a term of imprisonment not to exceed twenty years, or both.

4.8 - The District Courts of East Timor have jurisdiction over cases prosecuted under this Section.

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