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Tonga. 1968 ‘Regulations.’ Chapter 39. Arms and Ammunition Act, 1968 [1988 Revised Edition]; Section 48 (Part VI). Nuku'alofa: Legislative Assembly. 29 November

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48. Regulations

The Privy Council may from time to time make Regulations for any of the following purposes, that is to say —
(a) to prescribe the form of all licences and other documents required under this Act;
(b) to provide for the marking of arms for the possession of which a licence is issued;
(c) to regulate the manner in which applications for licences shall be made;
(d) to regulate the conditions subject to which licences shall be granted, and the issue of licences generally and the grounds on which they may be suspended or cancelled;
(e) to provide for the furnishing of information in respect of arms and ammunition by persons in possession thereof;
(f) to prescribe the fees to be paid for anything done, or any licence or document issued or granted under this Act and to direct by whom and in what manner such fees are to be collected and accounted for;
(g) to regulate the disposition, destruction or sale of articles forfeited, detained or deposited under the provisions of this Act;
(h) generally to give effect to the provisions of this Act, and may restrict the operation of any such Regulations to particular areas.

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