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South Africa. 2004 ‘Application Regarding In-Transit Permit.’ Firearms Control Regulations, 2004; Chapter 6 (Section 61). Pretoria: Department of Safety and Security. 26 March

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61. Application Regarding In-Transit Permit

1) A person who applies for an in-transit permit contemplated in Chapter 8 of the Act must, if requested thereto by the Registrar, in addition to the requirements of regulation 13, submit:
a) proof of authority to export the firearm and ammunition from the country of origin: Provided that a Customs clearance document or any other officially issued document which serves as authority to remove the firearm from that country must be regarded as sufficient compliance;
b) proof of authority to import the firearm and ammunition into the country of final destination if that country issues such authority before the arrival of firearms in the country;
c) particulars of the intended transport route and mode of transport and the proposed port of entry and exit and likely date of the entry and exit;
d) a certified copy of the licence, permit, authorisation or any proof acceptable to the Registrar, confirming the lawful possession of the firearm and ammunition by the person requiring the carrying of the firearm and ammunition in transit through the Republic of South Africa;
e) a computer printout or a typed list of the firearms and ammunition indicating the quantity, type of action, manufacturer's serial number, model and calibre of the firearm and quantity, type and calibre of ammunition;
f) an end user certificate as contemplated in section 17 of the National Conventional Arms Control Act, 2002 (Act No. 41 of 2002) when the firearm or ammunition is intended for resale in the country of final destination; and
g) a consignment note of the firearms and ammunition to be carried in transit through South Africa.

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