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Air Weapons and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2015

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18Approval of air weapon clubs

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(1)The chief constable may, on the application of an air weapon club, grant or renew an approval of the club.

(2)An application for the grant or renewal of an approval of an air weapon club is valid only if it complies with the requirements of any regulations under section 36 which apply to the application.

(3)The chief constable may, at any time by giving notice to an approved air weapon club, withdraw the club’s approval.

(4)Every approval of an air weapon club is subject to any prescribed mandatory conditions.

(5)The chief constable may, when granting or renewing an approval, attach conditions to the approval (and in the case of a renewal, may attach different conditions from those attached to the approval prior to its renewal).

(6)The chief constable may not attach to an approval a condition which is inconsistent with a prescribed mandatory condition which applies to approvals.

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