6. Where an application is being made for an export permit in respect of an object to which section 6 of the Act applies, the object may be identified in the application by setting out
(a) the name of the object;
(b) the name of the maker of the object; and
(c) the reference number
(A) the export permit issued by the government of the foreign state where that state authorized the exportation of the object into Canada, or
(B) the shipping document covering the entry into Canada of the object that clearly identifies the object
if a copy of the export permit or shipping document, as the case may be, or a translation thereof in one of the official languages, is forwarded with the application,
(ii) issued by an institution or public authority in Canada to identify or catalogue the object,
(iii) of an ATA Carnet referred to in the Display Goods Temporary Importation Regulations that was issued in respect of the object on the last occasion the object was imported into Canada, or
(iv) of the appropriate import declaration made by the person who imported the object on the last occasion the object was imported into Canada.
7. Where an application is being made for an export permit in respect of an object to which paragraph 6(a) of the Act applies, documentary evidence or a signed declaration by the applicant is required to establish that the object in respect of which the application is made was imported into Canada within the 35 years immediately preceding the date of the application and was not exported from Canada under a permit issued under the Act prior to that importation.
8. Where a permit officer refers an application for an export permit to an expert examiner for consideration under subsection 7(3) of the Act, the expert examiner may, for the purpose of making a determination under section 8 of the Act, require the applicant to produce the object for his examination.
9. An export permit shall be issued in the form set out in Part II of Schedule I.
10. (1) An export permit shall only be valid for a period equal to 90 days calculated from the day the permit was issued.
(2) Where a person to whom an export permit has been issued requires
(a) the reinstatement of the permit where the permit has lapsed or has been suspended or cancelled, or
(b) an amendment to the permit,
he shall forward the permit to the Minister with a letter requesting the reinstatement or amendment, as the case may be, and the reasons therefor.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
11. Where an export permit has been issued under the Act, the person to whom the permit was issued shall, at the request of the Minister, provide any information that may be necessary to verify any statement made by that person in the application for the export permit and any information to establish
(a) the identity of the consignee referred to in the application;
(b) whether or not the object referred to in the export permit was delivered to the consignee; and
(c) where the object was sold, the selling price of the object.
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