(1) A person must not possess a firearm on land the boundaries of which are fenced or clearly marked unless:
(a) the person is the owner or occupier of the land; or
(b) the occupier of the land has consented, either expressly or impliedly, to the person possessing the firearm on the land; or
(c) the person is:
(i) approaching the residence of the occupier along a defined or customary road or track for the purpose of applying for consent; or
(ii) proceeding along a defined or customary road or track for the purpose of reaching a destination outside the land; or
(d) the person is authorised by or under another law in force in the Territory to possess the firearm on the land; or
(e) the person has some other lawful excuse for possessing the firearm on the land.
Maximum penalty: 50 penalty units or imprisonment for 12 months.
(2) The onus of proving a fact mentioned in subsection (1) lies on the person alleging it and the standard of proof is the balance of probability.