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Zimbabwe. 1957 ‘Power to Refuse Firearm Certificate or Permit Unless Firearm Produced for Inspection and Marking.’ Firearms Act, Chapter 10:09; Section 9. Harare: Republic of Zimbabwe. 1 January

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Power to refuse firearm certificate or permit unless firearm produced for inspection and marking

9. (1) Notwithstanding anything in sections three to eight, the Controller may refuse to grant a firearm certificate or a permit in terms of subsection (21) of section eight unless the firearm to which such firearm certificate or permit will, if granted, relate is produced to him or to a person specified by him for inspection or testing and for marking if necessary in accordance with the requirements of subsection (2).

(2) No firearm certificate and no permit in terms of subsection (21) of section eight shall be granted in respect of a firearm unless such firearm bears a mark or number of identification or is first marked with such a mark or number by or under and in accordance with the directions of the Controller.

ID: Q2435

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