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Locksmiths (Licensing) Act, 1994 🇬🇭

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Republic of Ghana

The four hundred and eighty-eighth


of the parliament of the republic of ghana

Locksmiths (Licensing) Act, 1994

  • Published by Government Gazette on 30 December 1994
  • Assented to on 22 December 1994
  • Commenced on 30 December 1994
AN ACT to provide for the licensing of locksmiths and to provide for related matters.

1. Locksmiths to be Licensed.

No person shall engage in a business of making locks, repairing locks or cutting keys unless he has, on an application, been granted a licence by the Minister for the Interior or an officer authorised by the Minister for that purpose.

2. Application for Licence.

(1)An application for a licence under section 1 shall be made to the Minister and shall be—(a)in such form; and(b)be accompanied with or contain such information as may be prescribed.
(2)A fee of ¢5,000 shall be paid as processing fee for each application form.

3. Grant of Licence.

(1)The Minister or an officer authorised by him may issue a licence to an applicant subject to s…

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