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Firearms Licences Regulations (SOR/98-199)

Regulations are current to 2019-08-28 and last amended on 2015-05-08. Previous Versions

PART 3Notices (continued)

Notices of Refusal or Revocation

  •  (1) A notice of a decision to refuse to issue a licence or to revoke a licence is sufficiently given if the notice is addressed to the applicant for or holder of the licence at their address that is set out in the application for the licence or, if the person has advised the chief firearms officer of a change of that address, at the new address, and the notice is

    • (a) delivered personally

      • (i) if the applicant or holder is an individual, at any time that is reasonable in the circumstances, and

      • (ii) if the applicant or holder is a business, during normal business hours;

    • (b) sent by registered mail or by courier; or

    • (c) transmitted by an electronic means that can produce a paper record.

  • (2) The notice is deemed to be received

    • (a) on the day of delivery, if it is delivered personally;

    • (b) on the fifth working day, excluding Saturdays and holidays, after

      • (i) the postmark date, if it is sent by mail, and

      • (ii) the date of shipment on the waybill, if it is sent by courier; and

    • (c) if it is sent by electronic means,

      • (i) if the applicant or holder is an individual, on the day of transmission, and

      • (ii) if the applicant or holder is a business, on the day of transmission, if that day is a working day, or, if that day is not a working day, on the first working day after the day of transmission.

  • SOR/2004-274, s. 20

Coming into Force

 These Regulations come into force on December 1, 1998.

  • SOR/98-471, s. 1.
 
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