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Determination of Country of Origin for the Purpose of Marking Goods (CUSMA Countries) Regulations

Version of the schedule from 2006-03-22 to 2018-05-30:

SCHEDULE II(Subsections 3(2) and (3))

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    Goods for charitable purposes and not for the purpose of sale
  • 2 
    Goods that are gifts or bequests
  • 3 
    Goods that are antiques or goods produced more than 20 years prior to importation
  • 4 
    Used goods, with the exception of iron or steel pipes and tubes
  • 5 
    Goods that are for the exclusive use of the importer or the importer’s employees and not for resale to the general public, with the exception of iron or steel pipes and tubes
  • 6 
    Goods imported for use by the importer and not intended for sale in the form in which they were imported
  • 7 
    Goods that are imported under tariff item No. 9808.00.00, 9809.00.00 or 9810.00.00
  • 8 
    Goods that are imported for subsequent exportation from Canada, with the exception of iron or steel pipes and tubes
  • 9 
    Goods that, for purposes of temporary duty-free admission, are in transit or in bond or otherwise under customs control
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    Goods that are incapable of being marked
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    Goods that cannot be marked prior to exportation without causing them injury
  • 12 
    Goods that cannot be marked except at a cost that is substantial in relation to their value for duty so as to discourage their exportation
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    Goods that cannot be marked without materially impairing their function or substantially detracting from their appearance
  • 14 
    Goods that are in a container that is marked in a manner that will reasonably indicate their origin to the ultimate purchaser
  • 15 
    Goods that are crude substances
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    Goods that are to undergo production in Canada by the importer, or on the importer’s behalf, in a manner that would result in their becoming goods the country of origin of which is Canada
  • 17 
    Goods in respect of which, by reason of their character or the circumstances of their importation, the ultimate purchaser would reasonably know their country of origin even though the goods are not marked with country of origin
  • 18 
    Goods that are imported without the required marking and cannot be marked after their importation except at a cost that would be substantial in relation to their value for duty, provided that the failure to mark the goods before importation was not for the purpose of avoiding compliance with the marking requirement
  • 19 
    Goods that are original works of art
  • 20 
    Goods that are classified under subheading No. 6904.10, or heading No. 85.41 or 85.42, other than goods that are so classified by reason of their having undergone a non-qualifying operation specified in section 13 of these Regulations
  • 21 
    Goods in respect of which there is no ultimate purchaser
  • SOR/95-447, s. 2
  • SOR/98-28, s. 20

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