Arms license

Gun ownership in India is a 'privilege' under the Arms Act of 1959

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Arms license

Gun ownership in India is a 'privilege' under the Arms Act of 1959 which allows civilians to procure a license if they can prove that there exists a threat to their life.

The process of applying for a license for the same is a long and tedious procedure and an expensive one too!

Procedure for applying for an Arms license in India. 1. Application to the Authority 2. Verification Procedure 3. Grant or refusal of the license

document required for PF Registration - For Employers

identity proof of Proprietor

  • PAN for indian nationals, notarised passport copy for foriegn nationals

address proof of Proprietor

  • passport, driving licence, aadhar card, bank statement, the document must be valid, recent and less than 2 month old.

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