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South Australia. 1977 ‘Term and Renewal of Licence.’ Firearms Act 1977 (Version: 7.2.2014); Section 19 (Part 3). Adelaide: Parliament of South Australia. 12 May

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19. Term and renewal of licence

(1) Subject to this Act a firearms licence remains in force —
(a) in the case of a licence that authorises the possession or use of prescribed firearms or class D or H firearms - for a term not exceeding one year;
(b) in the case of a licence that only authorises the possession or use of Class A, B or C firearms - for a term not exceeding five years.

(1a) Subject to this Act a dealer's licence remains in force for a term not exceeding five years.

(2) A licence may be renewed from time to time.

(3) An application for renewal of a licence —
(a) must be made to the Registrar in the prescribed manner and form; and
(b) must contain the prescribed information; and
(c) must be accompanied by any certificates, declarations, references, reports or other documents required by the regulations or by the Registrar; and
(d) must be accompanied by the prescribed fee.

(4) The Registrar may require an applicant for renewal of a licence —
(a) to furnish such further information as may be necessary to enable the Registrar to determine the application; or
(b) to verify by statutory declaration information furnished in relation to the application.

(5) The provisions of this Part that apply in relation to the determination of an application for a new licence apply in relation to the determination of an application for renewal of the licence.

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