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Zambia. 1994 ‘Period of Validity and Renewal of Firearm Licence.’ Firearms (Amendment) Act, Chapter 110, Firearms 13 of 1994; Section 14. Lusaka: Republic of Zambia. 1 January

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Period of validity and renewal of firearm licence

14. (1) A firearm licence shall, unless previously revoked or cancelled, continue in force for three years from the date when it was issued or last renewed and shall, subject to the provisions of this section, be renewable for a further period of three years and so on from time to time.

(2) Application for the renewal of a firearm licence shall be in the prescribed form and shall be made by the holder thereof to the officer in charge of police at any police station in the Division in which the holder resides or, in the case of a company, carries on business. Such application shall be made within three months before the date of expiry of the licence, and at the time of application the holder shall produce for the inspection of such officer all the firearms to which the licence relates and all ammunition then in his possession: Provided that where any firearms and ammunition have been deposited in a warehouse during the absence from Zambia of the holder of the licence relating thereto and such licence expires during such absence, it shall be lawful for the holder to apply within one month of his return to Zambia for the renewal of such licence….

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