7.1 Goods in the actual possession of, or that form part of the baggage of, a crew member arriving in Canada aboard a freight train shall be reported forthwith at a place specified by an officer.
- SOR/96-156, s. 6.
7.2 [Repealed, SOR/2006-148, s. 3]
8. Canadian built commercial fishing vessels and duty paid fishing vessels that are registered or licensed under the Canada Shipping Act and that are imported during a fishing season may be reported at the close of that fishing season on condition that the vessels do not, after last having been reported under section 9 of the Reporting of Exported Goods Regulations,
(a) take on ships stores other than diesel fuel;
(b) land in a country other than Canada; or
(c) pick up goods that are not the product of Canada and that have not been reported under section 12 of the Act.
9. A vessel used on a day solely or principally to transport vehicles or passengers across international waters may be reported on that day after the last trip by that craft.
- SOR/88-77, s. 3.
10. Goods transported by an air transportation company referred to in section 6 that has more than two flights a day coming into Canada from a place outside Canada and arriving at an airport in Canada where there is a designated customs office may be reported at that designated customs office at any time during the day of their arrival in Canada on condition that the air transportation company reports twice daily to an officer at that designated customs office on the imported goods that it has carried to that airport on that day.
11. (1) Goods imported by means of a pipeline used by one importer only during any period commencing on the 20th day of one month and ending on the 19th day of the month next following may be reported on or before the last day of that month.
(2) Goods that are part of a shipment of goods imported by means of a pipeline used by more than one importer may be reported forthwith on arrival of the whole shipment.
- SOR/87-579, s. 1(F).
REPORT OF GOODS UNLOADED PRIOR TO REPORT
12. Where a conveyance is unloaded in circumstances described in subsection 14(1) of the Act, the person in charge of the conveyance may first report the conveyance and the goods described in subsection 14(2) of the Act by telephone or other expedient means, and shall as soon as possible thereafter make a written report as prescribed by section 3.
ADVANCE NOTICE OF ARRIVAL – VARIOUS MODES
12.1 The person who is in charge of a corporate aircraft or a private aircraft that is not transporting specified goods and is authorized to present themself in an alternative manner specified in paragraph 11(b) or (c) of the Presentation of Persons (2003) Regulations shall give advance notice of the time and place of the aircraft’s arrival in Canada and a description of any goods, including their value and quantity, carried on board to an officer by telephone at a designated customs office at least 2 but no more than 48 hours before arriving in Canada.
- SOR/2005-387, ss. 4, 5;
- SOR/2006-148, s. 4.
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