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St Vincent & Grenadines. 2010 ‘Section 6 - Requirements for Grant of Licence or Permit.’ Act No. 11 of 2010, Firearms (Amendment) Act, pp. 34-35. Kingstown: Governor-General and House of Assembly of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. 31 August

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6. 1. The appropriate authority may grant or renew a licence or permit if satisfied:

a) that the applicant:

i) is twenty one years of age or over;

ii) is competent to hold the licence or permit applied for;

iii) has good reason, including protection of self or property or sporting use, for purchasing, acquiring, owning, having in his possession, carrying or using the amount, type and calibre of firearm or ammunition in respect of which the application is made;

iv) has not, within the five years immediately preceding the date of his application, been convicted of an offense involving violence and sentenced to a term of imprisonment exceeding six months;

v) has not, within the five years immediately preceding the date of his application, been convicted of an indictable offence and sentenced to a term of two years or greater; and

vi) is not a restricted person;

b) that the application is not in respect of a prohibited weapon; and

c) that the applicant has obtained the approval of the Minister if the application is in respect of a restricted weapon or restricted ammunition;…

[Editor's Note: Page 36 of Act 2010 is missing.]

ID: Q6518

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