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Response to OHCHR Questionnaire on Civilian Firearm Regulation Page 5 of 5 NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO QUESTIONAIRRE ON REGULATION OF CIVILIAN ACQUISITION, POSSESSION AND USE OF FIREARMS 1. Does your country have regulations regarding the acquisition, possession and use of firearms by civilians? (...) One of the conditions of a firearms licence is the secure storage of all firearms possessed by the licensee.  The security requirements are enhanced for possession of pistols, MSSAs and restricted weapons. (...) What sanctions, if any, does your domestic legislation provide for: (a) illegal possession, (b) possession of prohibited firearms or of a number of firearms exceeding what the law allows, (c) Lack of permission or license required for possessing a firearm?
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Score: 925832 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...isition/States/NewZealand.docx
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Republic of the Philippines National Police Commission Philippine National Police CIVIL SECURITY GROUP FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES OFFICE Camp Crame, Quezon City ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE Human Rights Council resolution 29/10 on “Human rights and the regulation of civilian acquisition, possession and use of firearms” 1. Does your country have regulations regarding the acquisition, possession and use of firearms by civilians? (...) Pursuant to Section 10 of RA 10591, only small arms may be registered by licensed citizens or licensed juridical entities for ownership, possession and concealed carry. Yes, there are limits on the number of firearms that civilians may possess. (...) What sanctions, if any, does your domestic legislation provide for: (a) illegal possession, (b) possession of prohibited firearms or of a number of firearms exceeding what the law allows, (c) lack of permission or license required for possessing firearm?
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Score: 918098.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...sition/States/Philippines.docx
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While in some societies such measures may have yielded positive results, in others the possession of firearms as means of self-defence is regarded as a legitimate individual right. (...) As a matter of fact, a lack of control in the civilian possession makes easier the illicit trade though borders. (...) PROPOSAL Considering the amount of deaths caused each year by small arms and light weapons in possession of civilians, its humanitarian cost, the lack of an international regulation that establishes guidelines for civilian possession of firearms at national level and the importance of the subject in the correct implementation of the Program of Action, it is proposed to the Review Conference to promote the adoption of a declaration of principles about the national regulation for firearm civilian possession that contains, inter alia, the following elements: 1.
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Score: 917799.6 - https://www.un.org/events/smallarms2006/pdf/CRP.7.pdf
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These legislations have regulated but not totally restricted the possession of firearms and ammunition by the civilians. (...) Private security companies do not possess legal authority to acquire, possess or use firearms under the prevailing Act and Regulation. However, the Act and Regulation do not restrict any person who has lawfully possessed the arms or ammunition for private use from selling them to any other eligible person who is not prohibited by the existing law to possess such arms or ammunition. 3.
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Score: 913651.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...anAcquisition/States/Nepal.pdf
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Does your country have specific regulations regarding the acquisition, possession and use of firearms by private security companies? (...) Please provide information on how firearms are categorized according to risk factors and how they are legally classified. 7. Who may lawfully possess firearms in your country? Please provide information on (a) whether civilians are required to hold a license or a certificate in order to acquire, own/possess or use a firearm, and (b) what are the minimum requirements for the issuance or renewal of license or a certificate to acquire, own/possess or use firearms. 8. (...) What sanctions, if any, does your domestic legislation provide for: (a) illegal possession, (b) possession of prohibited firearms or of a number of firearms exceeding what the law allows, (c) lack of permission or license required for possessing a firearm?
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Score: 911983.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nAcquisition/Questionnaire.doc
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Illegal Reproduction of a Literary, Scientific or Artistic Work, Audiovisual Work or a Phonogram, Import, Export, Distribution, Transportation or Possession of Infringing Copies Illegal reproduction of a literary, scientific or artistic work, audiovisual work or a phonogram, (including computer software and databases), import, export distribution, transportation or possession for commercial purposes of infringing copies, if the total value of reproduced, possessed, transported or distributed infringing copies (calculated based on the retail prices of legitimate copies) equals the amount of at least 100 minimum livings standards (MLS) or the above act committed by a group of conspiring persons - shall be punishable by imprisonment for a term of up to 2 years or a fine. (...) Unauthorised Use of Trade Marks and Service Marks The manufacture, possession, transportation or distribution for commercial purposes of goods marked with a trade mark or service mark identical or confusingly similar to the trade mark and service mark protected by law, as well as reproduction, use, possession, transportation or distribution for commercial purposes of a trade mark and service mark (units of the mark) protected by law, without the authorisation of the holder of the trademark and service mark - shall be punishable by imprisonment for a term of up to 2 years or a fine. (...) Article 3212 shall be supplemented with paragraph 5: “The act provided for in paragraph 2 of Article 308 of this Code shall be considered committed on a large scale where the number of illegally manufactured, possessed, transported or distributed items of goods exceeds 1000 or where the number of illegally reproduced, used, possessed, transported or distributed trade marks and service marks (copies) exceeds 10 000. 2.
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Score: 903447.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ltu_e/WTACCLTU49_LEG_1.pdf
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Questionnaire Human Rights Council Resolution 29/10 on “Human Rights and the Regulation of Civilian Acquisition, Possession and Use of Firearms” 1. Does your country have regulations regarding the acquisition, possession and use of firearms by civilians? (...) Does your country have specific regulations regarding the acquisition, possession and use of firearms by private security companies? (...) What sanctions, if any, does your domestic legislation provide for: (a) illegal possession, (b) possession of prohibited firearms or of a number of firearms exceeding what the law allows, (c) lack of permission or licence required for possessing a firearm?
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Score: 899668.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...cquisition/States/Jamaica.docx
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Physical and legal entities may purchase and possess weapons of category B, C and D. It is not limited the number of weapons in the possession of physical entities. 6. (...) He/she shall be issued a firearm license to possess weapons for personal security and weapons licence for possession and carrying of weapons for hunting and sporting weapons, with a validity of ten years. (...) The weapons and ammunition may be sold or transferred only to a physical or legal entity that holds a valid authorization to acquire weapons or weapons license for possession of weapons or weapons license for possession and carrying of weapons or approval for possession of weapons.
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Score: 896009.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ftheOmbudsmanofMontenegro.docx
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The Prime Minister, Recalling the relevant report of the Minister of Overseas Territories, Having regard to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, signed at Montego Bay on 10 December 1982, Having regard to amended Act No. 71-1060 of 24 December 1971 concerning the delimitation of French territorial waters, Hereby decrees: http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/ 2 1519089E Article 1.The baselines from which the breadth of the French territorial sea adjacent to the Crozet Archipelago (French Southern and Antarctic Territories) comprising L’île aux Cochons, les îlots des Apôtres, l’île des Pingouins, l’île de la Possession and l’île de l’Est, is measured, shall be defined by the basepoints and lines indicated in the table in articles 2 to 6, and by article 7. (...) The baselines from which the breadth of the French territorial sea adjacent to l’île de la Possession is measured, shall be defined by the following basepoints and lines: ISLAND POINT NAME LATITUDE LONGITUDE TYPE OF LINE Possession PO01 Pointe sombre 46° 20’ 50” S 51° 46’ 01” E Rhumb line Possession PO02 West of cap de la Meurthe 46° 21’ 05” S 51° 46’ 53” E Low-water line Possession PO03 East of cap de la Meurthe 46° 21’ 08” S 51° 47’ 24” E Rhumb line Possession PO04 Cap Chivaud 46° 23’ 38” S 51° 50’ 57” E Low-water line Possession PO05 - 46° 25’ 09” S 51° 52’ 29” E Rhumb line Possession PO06 Pointe Lieutard 46° 26’ 04”” S 51° 52’ 19”” E Low-water line Possession PO07 West of cap du Gauss 46° 28’ 30” S 51° 48’ 27” E Rhumb line Possession PO08 South of rochers de la Fortune 46° 28’ 33” S 51° 48’ 05” E Rhumb line Possession PO09 East of cap du Galliéni 46° 28’ 14”” S 51° 43’ 31”” E Low-water line Possession PO10 West cap du Galliéni 46° 28’ 12” S 51° 43’ 24” E Rhumb line Possession PO11 Roche carrée 46° 26’ 27” S 51”° 40’ 37” E Rhumb line Possession PO12 - 46° 25’ 58” S 51° 39’ 56” E Rhumb line 5 1519089E Possession PO13 Roche debout au cap de l’Héroïne 46° 23’ 41” S 51° 38’ 11” E Rhumb line Possession PO14 Roche percée 46° 22’ 16” S 51° 38’ 30” E Rhumb line Possession PO15 Cap vertical 46° 20’ 29” S 51° 44’ 04” E Low-water line Possession PO01 Pointe sombre 46° 20’ 50” S 51° 46’ 01” E - Article 6.
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Score: 890193 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...ILES/DEPOSIT/fra_crozet_en.pdf
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This assessment verifies the possession of the documents required by the MFIs11. (...) The longer the enterprise has been operating, the more likely is it to possess these documents. It does not influence the possession of the commercial registration and tax card, which must be renewed every 5 years. (...) Finally, the owners of trade activities are more likely to possess a commercial registration than of manufacturing activities, and male clients are more likely to possess a social security certificate than female clients.
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Score: 874570.1 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_117959.pdf
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