125. All abbreviations, notes, reference marks, symbols and technical terms shall be fully defined at the beginning of the tariff.
- SOR/96-335, s. 66.
Reference to Orders
126. Every tariff or portion thereof published pursuant to an order of the Agency shall make reference therein to the number and date of the order.
127. (1) [Repealed, SOR/96-335, s. 67]
(2) Where a tariff or any portion thereof is disallowed, the CTA(A) number, supplement number or revised page number shall not be used again.
(3) A tariff or any portion thereof issued in substitution for a disallowed tariff or portion thereof shall make reference to the disallowed tariff or portion.
(4) Where any tariff or portion thereof of an air carrier operating a scheduled international service or operating a non-scheduled international service that is operated at a toll per unit of traffic, that contains through tolls applicable to the transportation of traffic between a point in Canada and a point in the territory of another country, is disallowed by the competent authorities of the other country, the issuing air carrier or agent shall immediately notify the Secretary of the disallowance and the Agency shall then also mark that tariff or portion as disallowed, and so advise the issuing air carrier or agent.
- SOR/93-253, s. 2(F);
- SOR/96-335, s. 67.
127.1 (1) A document or any portion thereof that purports to be a tariff that does not comply with subsection 110(1) shall be rejected and has no force or effect.
(2) Where a tariff applicable to a scheduled international service or a non-scheduled international service that is operated at a toll per unit of traffic, containing published through tolls for transportation of traffic between Canada and any other country, is rejected by the competent authority of the other country, the issuing air carrier or agent shall immediately notify the Agency of the rejection.
- SOR/96-335, s. 68.
Cancellation of Tariffs
128. (1) The cancellation of a tariff cancels all supplements thereto in effect at the time of the cancellation.
(2) When a tariff has been cancelled, it shall not be reinstated otherwise than by publication in accordance with these Regulations.
(3) A tariff shall be cancelled only by a supplement thereto, by another tariff of the issuing carrier or agent or by disallowance by the Agency.
(4) No tariff shall be cancelled by a supplement to another tariff.
(5) Where a tariff is cancelled by another tariff, the other tariff shall be in the same CTA(A) series as the cancelled tariff, except that, where an air carrier’s tariff is replaced by a tariff of an agent, the agent’s tariff shall expressly show that it cancels or replaces the carrier’s tariff.
(6) Where an air carrier’s tariff is replaced by an agent’s tariff, the carrier’s tariff shall be cancelled by a supplement thereto that makes reference to the CTA(A) number of the agent’s tariff.
(7) Where a tariff is replaced by two or more tariffs, the cancellation of that tariff shall be effected by a supplement that shows, with respect to the specific material to be cancelled, full CTA(A) reference to the tariffs in which the material will be found and the new tariffs shall make reference to the cancelled tariff.
(8) Where a portion of a tariff is to be transferred to another tariff, a specific cancellation of that portion shall be made by the publication of a supplement, a revised page or a new tariff showing full CTA(A) reference to the tariff in which the material will be set out in the future and to the tariff in which the material was formerly published.
(9) Where a new tariff partially replaces another tariff that is in effect, the new tariff shall specifically state the portions of the other tariff that are replaced, and the inconsistent portions of the other tariff shall be amended forthwith in accordance with these Regulations.
- SOR/93-253, s. 2(F);
- SOR/96-335, s. 69.
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