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Gun Law 2nd isbn 9780414015050

Gun Law

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ISBN13: 9780414010895
ISBN: 0414010892
New Edition ISBN: 0414015053
Published: June 1995
Publisher: W. Green
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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The Firearms Act 1968 has been extensively augmented and amended by a series of statutes whose effects, in an increasingly important area of law, have not always been easy to appreciate. Extensive footnotes and digests of leading decisions make this work an excellent volume for civil and criminal court practitioners, firearms dealers and police officers involved in firearms licensing and enforcement in Britain.

Coverage and discussion includes:-

  • The Firearms (Amendment) Act 1994, which has added offences involving the use of imitation firearms to the existing legislation
  • Sentencing Policy: Scottish courts now apply the same principles to sentencing in offences aggravated by the use of firearms as England and Wales
  • The revised imprisonment provisions introduced by the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994
  • Fees for certificates and permits have been effected from January 1995
  • The provisions of the Firearms (Variation of Fees) Order 1994 and the Firearms (Variation of Fees) (Scotland) Order 1994 have been incorporated
  • The far-reaching implications of harmonisation of British Firearms legislation with that of other EU Member States introduced by the Firearms Acts (Amendment) Regulations 1992
  • Firearms licensing and attendant procedures and cases

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