Persons or companies wishing to import, possess, manufacture, sell, carry or otherwise deal with prohibited weapons or body armour must obtain an Approval. Body armour means a garment or item that is designed, intended or adapted for the purpose of protecting the body from the effects of a weapon, including a firearm. Prohibited weapon means an article prescribed by regulation to be a prohibited weapon.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
$39.00 (34 Revenue Units)
2016-17 Revenue Unit is $1.15
Northern Territory Police, Fire & Emergency Services
Weapons Control Act 2001 (Northern Territory)
The information contained on the Australian Business Licence and Information Service
(ABLIS) web site, or via packages or other sources is intended for general guidance
To the full extent permitted by law, the Federal, State, Territory and Local Governments
make no representations or warranties (expressed or implied) in relation to the
information, including its accuracy, currency or completeness.
The business information provided does not constitute professional or legal advice,
nor is the use of any third party resource an endorsement of the information contained,
the associated organisation, product or service. It is recommended that you obtain
appropriate professional and /or independent legal advice to ensure that the material
provided here is relevant to your particular circumstances.
To the full extent permitted by law the Federal, State, Territory and Local Governments,
their employees and agents do not accept any liability for any reason, including
without limitation, liability in negligence, to any person for the general information
which is provided herein, or in respect of anything, including the consequences
of anything done, or not done, by any such person in whole or partial reliance upon