Export and Import Permits Act
Marginal note:Determination of quantities
6.2 (1) If any goods have been included on the Import Control List under subsection 5(6) or for the purpose of implementing an intergovernmental arrangement or commitment, the Minister may determine import access quantities, or the basis for calculating them, for the purposes of subsection (2) and section 8.3 of this Act and for the purposes of the Customs Tariff.
Marginal note:Determination of quantities — export
(1.1) If any goods, other than softwood lumber products to which section 6.3 applies, have been included on the Export Control List under paragraph 3(1)(d), for the purpose of implementing CETA, or under paragraph 3(1)(f), the Minister may determine export access quantities, or the basis for calculating them, for the purposes of subsection (2), 7(1) or (1.1) or section 8.31.
Marginal note:Allocation method
(2) If the Minister has determined a quantity of goods under subsection (1) or (1.1), the Minister may
(a) by order, establish a method for allocating the quantity to residents of Canada who apply for an allocation; and
(b) issue an import allocation or an export allocation, as the case may be, to any resident of Canada who applies for the allocation, subject to the regulations and any terms and conditions the Minister may specify in the allocation.
Marginal note:Transfer of allocation
(3) The Minister may consent to the transfer of an import allocation or an export allocation from one resident of Canada to another.
Marginal note:Payments and securities
(4) The Minister, in relation to an allocation method established under paragraph (2)(a) or an import allocation issued under paragraph (2)(b), may accept payments and may receive any securities specified by the Minister.
- 1994, c. 47, s. 106
- 2017, c. 6, s. 20
- 2018, c. 23, s. 15, c. 27, s. 415
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