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Ecuador. 1997 ‘Obtaining a Licence to Carry Firearms (Obtención del Permiso de Porte de Armas de Fuego).’ Regulations to the Act on Arms, Ammunition, Explosives and Accessories, Executive Decree No. 169. RO/32; Title IV, Chapter VIII (Article 83), pp. 25-26. Quito: Ministry of the Attorney General of the Republic of Ecuador. 27 March

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Reglamento a la Ley Sobre Armas, Municiones, Explosivos y Accesorios. Decreto Ejecutivo No. 169. RO/ 32

Artículo 83. Obtención del Permiso de Porte de Armas de Fuego

Para obtener el permiso para portar armas en el territorio nacional, las personas naturales deberán presentar en los Organismos Militares de Control de cada jurisdicción, los siguientes documentos:

a) Solicitud dirigida a la autoridad competente…
b) Título de propiedad del arma…
d) Récord Policial;
e) Certificado médico otorgado por una Institución de salud y con firma de responsabilidad de un especialista de la materia, que acredite que el solicitante, se encuentra en perfecto estado de salud mental…

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Translated content:

Regulations to the Act on Arms, Ammunition, Explosives and Accessories, Executive Decree No. 169. RO/32

Article 83. Obtaining a Licence to Carry Firearms

In order to obtain a licence to carry firearms in the national territory, individuals must provide to the military agencies of each jurisdiction the following documents:

a) A request submitted to the competent authority…
b) A certificate of firearm possession…
c) A police record;
d) A medical certificate issued by a health institution and with a signature of responsibility by an expert on the matter, testifying that the applicant is in perfect mental health condition…

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