section 1 of the holder of a firearm or ammunition without
have the right to it, shall not be responsible for the
Chapter 9. section 1 or section 2 of the first paragraph (d) the arms Act (1996:67)
If he or she voluntarily submits or causes to submit
the weapon or ammunition to a police force in the meantime
It is said about firearms in this law also applies to such
objects listed in Chapter 1. paragraph 3 of the arms Act.
section 2 of The submitting or allowing submission of firearms or
ammunition under section has the right to be anonymous.
paragraph 3 of the firearms and ammunition that has been filed under section
to the State.
The first subparagraph shall not apply if the property has been filed without
the owner's consent, and the owner makes a claim on the property. If
the owner is known, should such a claim be made within
one month from the time the owner was part of an intelligence
from the police service if the property has been submitted to
authority. If the owner is not known, the claim shall be made within
three months from the time the property was submitted.
section 4 firearms and ammunition that have been borne by the State
in accordance with paragraph 3 shall be destroyed, if the property is not needed for
filed in or military purposes or for the
forensic laboratory's activities.
section 5 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines
Announces rules on the handling of firearms and
ammunition that has been filed under this Act.