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Bahamas. 1993 ‘Firearms (Amnesty) Act 1993.’ An Act to Enable the Minister Responsible for Public Safety to Promulgate by Notice a Period of Amnesty Within Which Persons May Surrender to the Police Unlicensed Firearms Without Penalty or Liability of Prosecution. Nassau: Parliament of the Bahamas. 30 July

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An Act to Enable the Minister Responsible for Public Safety to Promulgate by Notice a Period of Amnesty Within Which Persons May Surrender to the Police Unlicensed Firearms Without Penalty or Liability of Prosecution
No. 16 of 1993

Date of Assent 30 July, 1993

Enacted by the Parliament of the Bahamas.

1. This Act, may be cited as the Firearms (Amnesty) Act, 1993 and shall be read and construed as one with the Firearms Act which hereinafter is referred to as the principal Act.

ID: Q3146

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