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Marshall Islands. 2004 ‘Authority of Attorney-General to Promulgate Regulations.’ Weapons Control Act (1971), Revised 2004; Article 1327. Majuro: Nitijela (Parliament). 1 January

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§1327. Authority of Attorney-General to Promulgate Regulations.

(1) The office of the Attorney-General shall have power to issue, amend and repeal regulations implementing this Chapter in the manner which is or may be provided by law, as may be required by the public interest, safety and welfare.

(2) Any regulations made under Subsection (1) of this Section shall be subject to the Firearms Control Act and to the regulations made under Section 1209 of that Act.

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