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Malaysia. 1960 ‘Refusal and Revocation of Licences and Permits.’ Laws of Malaysia, Act 206, Arms Act 1960 [Act as of January 2006]; Part II (Section 30). Kuala Lumpur: The Commissioner of Law Revision, Malaysia. 1 January

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Refusal and Revocation of Licences and Permits

30. (1) A Chief Police Officer may, or any police officer having authority to grant or issue any licence or permit under this Act by virtue of any delegation of the power to him under section 57 may with the approval of the Chief Police Officer having jurisdiction over him, —
(a) refuse any application for the grant of a licence or permit without assigning any reason therefor;
(b) refuse any application for the renewal of, or revoke or suspend, any licence or permit granted under this Act for reasons of public safety or other grounds to be duly recorded by him.

(2) Where any licence or permit is revoked or suspended the person in possession thereof shall without delay deliver the same up to the nearest police station.

(3) Every licence or permit shall be held subject to such conditions or restrictions as may be prescribed and as the officer granting the licence or permit may impose and endorse thereon.

(4) Any person dissatisfied by any refusal to grant or renew a licence or permit, or with any condition imposed thereon by the officer granting the licence or permit, or by any revocation or suspension of the licence or permit, may within one month of the date of the refusal, imposition, revocation or suspension, appeal
in writing to the Minister, whose decision shall be final and conclusive.

ID: Q5139

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