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Question on Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive Weapons Act 1958

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asked on Nov 16, 2016 at 02:16
by   sheldon_yh


Quoting Section 7 on its own, The term "lawful purpose" is quite general. What constitutes as lawful purpose? Is training (e.g. martial arts) under a private instructor (or training institution) considered as a lawful purpose? Is doing a martial arts performance that involves the weapon considered a lawful purpose?

Second Question regarding Section 6(2)


What are the proper methods of "proving the existence of a lawful purpose"? Is calling up your instructor a way of proving it? Does the instructor requires a certain qualification or recognition as part of proving it?
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answered on Nov 16, 2016 at 02:58
by   outdatedLaws
1. Shaolin martial arts training is for health and self defence under attack.

2. Carry a walking stick(for ol'man) or long umbrella with modified sharp tip to ward off barking dogs.
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