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Hello trying to start my own licence

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  1. Zacbazz

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    Hello! I realised you have to be 18 to make your own licence for a turtle but I did read somewhere if I do it by the paper version of signing up I can take ownership of the reptile myself but have "permission".
    I have printed out the form to complete but I'm not sure how you are meant to pay it??
    Any help at all thanks.
    (Queensland STATE)
     
  2. Craig

    Craig Administrator
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    Hi and welcome to AFT.

    I'm not sure about a licence for anyone younger than 18 in QLD. You will probably need to ring Ecoaccess during office hours and find out.
     
  3. Aussiepride83

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    All Connect users must be aged 18 or over. This means that for anyone under the age of 18 who wishes to hold a licence they will need a parent or legal guardian to register as the user of Connect and lodge any applications under their name.

    Establishing and maintaining a customer account is free. For users applying for a licence, there is a user fee of 7% of the existing regulatory fee (except where the licence application fee is $1,000 or more - in which case the user fee is capped at $70.)