Exemption from the obligation to permit under explosives law Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
If you want to deal with explosive substances in the commercial sector or want to move around and already have a permit under Section 21 of the German Weapons Act, you do not need a permit under the Explosives Act.
You are also exempt from the obligation to grant permission under Section 7 SprengG if you do not have a residence or permanent residence or a branch in Germany and want to import, execute, carry out or transport explosive substances into Germany. The prerequisite is that the transport is accompanied by a certificate holder in accordance with Section 20 SprengG or by a person who has been commissioned by the Confederation or a land in writing to accompany him.
An application for exemption from the authorisation requirement is not required. Liberation enters into force law.
No documentation required. Liberation enters into force law.
In order to receive an exemption for commercial handling and traffic in explosive substances, you must meet the following conditions:
- 1. Possibility of exemption:
They hold a firearms licence in accordance with Section 21 of the Arms Act, with which the same handling and traffic is permitted as under Section 7 of the Explosives Act.
- 2. Possibility:
You have neither a domicile or permanent residence nor a branch in Germany and would like to import, execute, carry out or transfer explosive substances to Germany. The transport is accompanied by a certificate holder in accordance with Section 20 SprengG or by a person who has been commissioned by the Confederation or a land in writing to accompany him.
Section 13 Explosives Act (SprengG) "Exemption from the authorisation requirement"
Section 13 Explosives Act (SprengG)
Section 7 Explosives Act (SprengG)
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