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Form and content of order

A firearm prohibition order must contain the following particulars—

        (a)     a statement of the effect of the order, including the conduct prohibited by the order and the powers for enforcing the order under this Part;

        (b)     information identifying the individual to whom the order applies;

        (c)     a statement of the fact that the order takes effect on the day on which it is served on the individual to whom it applies;

        (d)     the date on which the order expires;

        (e)     the provisions of this Act that empower the making of the order;

        (f)     a statement setting out section 112P and a direction to comply with that section;

        (g)     that the individual to whom the order applies may apply to VCAT under this Act for review of the decision to make the order;

        (h)     details of—

              (i)     the offences in sections 112B, 112O and 112P; and

              (ii)     the powers of police under sections 112Q, 112R and 112S; and

              (iii)     the effect of section 112H.

S. 112H inserted by No. 2/2018 s. 22.

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