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Cayman Islands. 1964 ‘Types of Licences and Permits.’ Firearms Law 17 of 1964 (2008 Revision); Part V (Article 19), pp. 15-16. George Town: Government of the Cayman Islands. 22 October

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Types of Licences and Permits

19. Subject to section 17 and this Part, the appropriate authority may grant the following licences or permits -

(a) a Firearm Import Permit authorising the holder thereof during such period, not exceeding six months, as may be specified in the Permit, to import into the Islands from such source as may be specified therein, such firearms as may be therein specified;

(b) a Firearm Export Permit authorising the holder thereof, during such period not exceeding six months as may be specified in the Permit, to export from the Islands to such destination and in such manner such firearm of such type as may be specified in the permit;

(c) a Gunsmith's Licence authorising the holder thereof to carry on the business of repairing firearms and altering such types of firearms as are specified therein at such premises as may be specified in the licence;

(d) a Firearm Disposal Permit authorising the holder thereof to dispose of the firearm specified in such permit;

(e) a Firearm User's (Restricted) Licence authorising the holder thereof, subject to the provisions of section 17 and of such restrictions as the appropriate authority may impose, to be in possession of the firearm specified in such licence; or

(f) a Firearm User's (Special) Permit authorising the holder thereof to be in possession of the firearm specified in such permit within any area so specified to which section 17 applies upon such occasions as may be so specified.

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