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New South Wales. 1996 ‘Registration of Firearms.’ Firearms Act 1996 No 46 (Act Current to 24 November 2015); Section 34 (Part 3). Sydney: New South Wales Government. 28 June
34. Registration of Firearms
(1) An application for registration of a firearm must be in the manner, and be accompanied by the fee (if any), prescribed by the regulations.
(2) The Commissioner is to register a firearm that is the subject of an application, except as provided by this section.
(3) The Commissioner must not register a firearm if the person in whose name the firearm is registered is not the holder of a licence or permit in respect of the firearm.
(4) In the case of a person who is the holder of a category C licence, no more than one rifle to which the licence applies, and no more than one shotgun to which the licence applies, is to be registered in the name of that person.
(5) The Commissioner may refuse to register a firearm if any firearm to which the application relates is not first produced for inspection by a member of the Police Service.
(6) The Commissioner registers a firearm by entering in the Register particulars of the firearm and particulars relating to the person in whose name the firearm is registered.
(a) a firearm is registered in accordance with subsection (6), or
(b) the Commissioner, in accordance with the regulations, records in the Register a change in the particulars relating to the person in whose name a firearm is registered, the Commissioner is to issue a notice of registration to the person in whose name the firearm is registered.
(8) A registered firearm ceases to be registered if registration of the firearm is cancelled under section 35. However nothing in this subsection prevents the further registration of a firearm after it ceases to be a registered firearm.