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Designated Provisions (Customs) Regulations (SOR/2002-336)

Regulations are current to 2024-05-01 and last amended on 2020-06-25. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 2(Section 1 and subsection 2(1))Designated Provisions of the Customs Tariff and Its Regulations

PART 1

Customs Tariff

ItemColumn 1Column 2
Designated ProvisionShort-form Description
1114(1)Failing to pay excess amount of refund or drawback and interest on day it is received
2118(1)(a)Failing to report to an officer, within required period, non-compliance with conditions of relief or remission granted
3118(1)(b)Failing to pay, within required period, amount of duties in respect of relief or remission granted
4118(2)(a)Failing to report diversion of goods to an officer within 90 days
5118(2)(b)Failing to pay amount of drawback and interest within 90 days
6121(1)Failing to pay amount owing within 90 days after production of a by-product
7122(1)Failing to pay amount owing within 90 days after production of merchantable scrap or waste

PART 2

Customs Bonded Warehouses Regulations

ItemColumn 1Column 2
Designated ProvisionShort-form Description
111(1)(a)Failing to provide at a bonded warehouse facilities, equipment and personnel sufficient to control access and to secure storage of goods
211(1)(b)Failing to provide at a bonded warehouse adequate space for the examination of goods by officers
311(1)(c)Failing to provide at a bonded warehouse necessary personnel and equipment to make goods available to an officer
411(1)(d)Failing to provide at a bonded warehouse necessary personnel to furnish information for audit purposes
511(2)Failing to keep bonded warehouse separate from remainder of building on request of chief officer of customs
612(1)(a)Failing to ensure that goods received in a bonded warehouse are stored safely and securely in a designated area
712(1)(b)Failing to ensure that goods received in a bonded warehouse are identified in specified manner
812(2)Entering a place where goods are stored in a bonded warehouse without written authorization or attendance of an officer
913Receiving in or transferring from a bonded warehouse intoxicating liquor without provincial approval
1014(a)Receiving domestic cigars into a bonded warehouse
10.114(b)Receiving domestic, packaged raw leaf tobacco into a bonded warehouse
10.214(c)Receiving domestic, manufactured tobacco that is not stamped into a bonded warehouse
10.314(d)Receiving domestic, non-duty paid packaged or bulk spirits into a bonded warehouse
10.414(e)Receiving domestic, non-duty paid packaged or bulk wine into a bonded warehouse
10.514(f)Receiving domestic, non-duty paid specially denatured alcohol into a bonded warehouse
1115Receiving into or removing from a bonded warehouse imported tobacco products or imported packaged spirits or wine
1216(a)Receiving imported bulk spirits into a bonded warehouse
1316(b)Receiving imported bulk wine into a bonded warehouse
13.116(c)Receiving imported specially denatured alcohol into a bonded warehouse
1417(a)Failing to acknowledge in prescribed manner receipt of imported goods into a bonded warehouse
1517(b)Failing to acknowledge in prescribed manner receipt of goods, other than imported goods, in a bonded warehouse
1620Manipulating, altering or combining goods for a purpose or activity not specified

PART 3

Ships’ Stores Regulations

ItemColumn 1Column 2
Designated ProvisionShort-form Description
14Failing to place alcohol, tobacco and other goods for sale on board a ship under lock or seal when ship arrives at Canadian port and failing to keep them there while ship is in port
25(1)Failing to ensure that bar-boxes on board an international aircraft are sealed when aircraft is on the ground
  • SOR/2008-23, s. 1
 

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