5. Subject to section 8, remission is hereby granted of the customs duties paid or payable on goods imported into Canada by a foreign corporation, or its agent or representative, if the goods have a unit value of $60 or less and are intended for free distribution at the Championships.
6. Subject to section 8, remission is hereby granted of the customs duties, the excise taxes and the goods and services tax paid or payable on goods imported into Canada by a Championships family member, if the goods have a unit value of $60 or less and are intended for free distribution as gifts or awards to
(a) another Championships family member;
(b) the LOC or any member of the LOC;
(c) a resident of Canada participating in the Championships; or
(d) a resident of Canada acting in an official capacity in connection with the Championships.
7. Remission is granted under sections 3 and 4 on the condition that the goods, on or before December 31, 2005, are
(a) exported from Canada; or
(b) destroyed in Canada under the supervision of a customs officer at the expense of the importer.
8. Remission is granted under this Order on the condition that
(a) the goods are imported into Canada during the period beginning on March 1, 2005 and ending on October 1, 2005;
(b) a claim for remission is made to the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness within two years after the day on which the goods were accounted for under section 32 of the Customs Act; and
(c) the importer provides the Canada Border Services Agency with any evidence or information that demonstrates that the importer is entitled to remission under this Order.
- SOR/2005-263, err., Vol. 140, No. 4.
COMING INTO FORCE
9. This Order comes into force on the day on which it is registered.
- Date modified: