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Bulgaria. 2000 ‘Article 7.’ Law on the Control of Explosives, Firearms and Ammunitions; Chapter 1 (Article 7). Sofia: National Assembly of Bulgaria. 17 October
The permits for the activities governed by the present Law shall be issued by the Ministry of the Interior with a fixed duration of the validity and under terms and conditions determined by the Regulations for the application of the present Law.
The permits granted by virtue of the present Law shall be used exclusively by the persons to whom they have been granted. The reassignment to third persons of permits or of rights thereupon causes the nullity of the permits.
The permits are only valid for the activities indicated in the permits themselves.
The Council of Ministers may prohibit or restrict the activities exercised by virtue of the present Law in respect of certain types of explosives, firearms and ammunitions whenever this is made necessary in view of the protection of public interest or because of international obligations assumed by the country.
The refusal to grant a permit for the exercise of activities in accordance with the present Law and the revocation of such a permit can be appealed in compliance with the dispositions of the Law on administrative procedures.