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Romania. 1996 ‘Article 61.’ Law on Firearms and Ammunition Regime, No.17 of 1996; Chapter 4. Bucharest: Parliament of Romania. 2 April
The units conducting trade in arms and ammunition, organised or licensed by the Ministry of the Interior, shall be obligated to:
a) receive for consignment sale the arms and ammunition from the persons or units which, in accordance with the regulations, have the right to sell the same. The receipt of arms and ammunition for consignment sale shall be performed, as appropriate, on the basis of the weapon licence, certificate issued by the competent police authority, original donation act or inheritance certificate;
b) issue the depositor the proof of the receipt of the arms and ammunition, and after the sale, one coy of the invoice;
c) enter into the certificate issued by the police authorities presented by the buyer, the number of invoice and the item from the register of arms deposited for sale;
d) keep records of performed operations with arms and ammunition in the registers defined and verified by police authorities and to present them, for control purposes, to police officers assigned these duties.
[According to Article 58 of this Act, 'operations of firearms and ammunition' means: Production, manufacturing, modification, experimenting, sale, purchase, trade, renting, importation, exportation, transport, storage and repair of shooting weapons, hunting weapons, arms for the dispersion of harmful, irritant or neutralising gases or antique arms and appropriate ammunition or trophy arms.]