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South Africa. 2004 ‘Specific Provisions Regarding Competency Certificates.’ Firearms Control Regulations, 2004; Chapter 3 (Section 14). Pretoria: Department of Safety and Security. 26 March

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14. Specific Provisions Regarding Competency Certificates

3) When the Registrar performs a function as contemplated in section 124(3) of the Act in order to make a determination as contemplated in sub-regulation (1), the Registrar may require from a person applying for a competency certificate, to provide:
a) a certificate issued by a medical doctor regarding the applicant's dependence on any substance which has an intoxicating or narcotic effect;
b) a report compiled by a psychologist or psychiatrist, or both, regarding the stable mental condition and inclination to violence of the applicant; or
c) both such certificate and report.

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