Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules
(a) signed by the complainant or by the complainant’s counsel;
(b) filed with the Secretary; and
(c) accompanied by the following information:
(i) the facts on which the allegations are based,
(ii) the nature of the relief sought,
(iii) the goods in issue,
(iv) the sources from which the goods are being imported at preferential rates,
(v) the name, address for service, telephone number and fax number, if any, of the complainant and of the complainant’s counsel, if any,
(vi) a list of any documents that may be useful in explaining or supporting the complaint,
(vii) a list of any other domestic producers of the goods referred to in the complaint, indicating which, if any, of those producers support the complaint,
(viii) the information referred to in paragraphs 83(d) and (e), and
(ix) such other information as is available to the complainant to prove the facts referred to in subparagraph (i).
(2) If the Tribunal determines that the information provided by the complainant and any other information examined by the Tribunal discloses a reasonable indication that the domestic producer has suffered, or may suffer, injury as a result of imports occurring or that might occur under the tariff preferences referred to in paragraph 89(a), the Tribunal shall commence an inquiry into the complaint.
- SOR/2000-139, s. 49
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