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Old 03-29-2007, 21:16   #12
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Here is the Palm Beach County Ordnance.

From,http://www.atf.gov/firearms/statelaw...tion/index.htm

Court in FL.



28-23. Mandatory waiting period; Criminal

history records check requirement.

(a) No person shall deliver a firearm to another

person, other than a licensed dealer, licensed

manufacturer or licensed importer, in connection

with the sale, as defined in section 28-1, of such

firearm for a period of five (5) business days

from the date of the sale.

(b) No person shall deliver a firearm to another

person, other than a licensed dealer, licensed

manufacturer or licensed importer, in connection

with the sale, as defined in section 28-1, of such

firearm until the seller, either directly or through

a licensed dealer, licensed manufacturer or licensed

importer, has:

(1) Requested a national criminal history records

check of the potential purchaser or transferee

of the firearm from FDLE or NICS, and

(2) Received an approval/identification number

from FDLE or NICS signifying the potential

purchaser or transferee of the firearm would not

be prohibited by state or federal law from receiving

or possessing a firearm.

(c) The provisions of this section shall not apply

to holders of a concealed weapons permit issued

pursuant to general law of the State of

Florida when purchasing a firearm.

28-24. Enforcement. It shall be the duty and

responsibility of law enforcement officers within

their respective jurisdictions to enforce this

article and all related state laws.
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