Crimes (Domestic and Personal Violence) Act 2007 No 80
Current version for 28 March 2020 to date (accessed 2 June 2020 at 05:08)
98ZI   Recognition of disqualification to hold firearms licence
(1)  If a non-local DVO that is a recognised DVO disqualifies a person from holding a non-local firearms licence, or type of non-local firearms licence, the person is also disqualified from holding a local firearms licence or local firearms licence of the same type (as the case requires).
(2)  The Commissioner of Police must revoke any local firearms licence held by a person, or refuse to issue a local firearms licence to a person, if the person is so disqualified from holding the firearms licence by a recognised DVO.
(3)  A recognised DVO disqualifies a person from holding a non-local firearms licence or type of non-local firearms licence if the DVO expressly—
(a)  disqualifies the person from holding a non-local firearms licence or type of non-local firearms licence, or
(b)  revokes or requires the person to surrender a non-local firearms licence or type of non-local firearms licence held by the person.
(4)  In this section—
local firearms licence means a licence, permit or other authorisation under the Firearms Act 1996.
non-local firearms licence means a licence, permit or other authorisation to possess a firearm (within the meaning of the Firearms Act 1996) issued under the law of another jurisdiction or country.