Electrolux Remission Order
P.C. 2005-1137 2005-06-07
Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, considering that the collection of certain amounts of duty is unjust, on the recommendation of the Minister of Finance, pursuant to subsection 23(2)Footnote a of the Financial Administration Act, hereby makes the annexed Electrolux Remission Order.
Return to footnote aS.C. 1991, c. 24, s. 7(2)
1 The following definitions apply in this Order.
- eligible dryers
eligible dryers means gas or electric laundry dryers, excluding those with controls at the front, removable tops and chassis designed to be stacked on top of washers, imported by Electrolux. (sécheuses admissibles)
- eligible refrigerators
eligible refrigerators means top-mounted electric refrigerators, in sizes greater than 14.5 cubic feet (410.59 litres) and less than 18.5 cubic feet (524 litres), imported by Electrolux. (réfrigérateurs admissibles)
- imported by Electrolux
imported by Electrolux means imported by Electrolux Canada Corp. (formerly known as WCI Canada Inc.), originating in or exported from the United States and bearing a trademark owned by Electrolux Home Products, Inc. (formerly known as White Consolidated Industries, Inc.), its affiliates, successors, or assigns. (importé par Electrolux)
2 Remission is hereby granted of anti-dumping duties paid under the Special Import Measures Act by Electrolux Canada Corp. on importations of eligible refrigerators and eligible dryers during the period beginning on April 3, 2000, and ending on October 31, 2001.
3 The amount of the remission is the portion of the anti-dumping duties paid that exceeds the margin of dumping of the imported goods calculated on the basis of the methodology employed in the re-determinations made by the Commissioner of Customs and Revenue on December 5, 2003 pursuant to paragraph 59(1)(e) of the Special Import Measures Act with respect to certain eligible refrigerators and certain eligible dryers imported after October 31, 2001.
4 Remission is granted on the conditions that the claim for remission
(a) is made to the Canada Border Services Agency within two years after the date on which this Order is made; and
(b) is accompanied by the documentation required to determine the eligiblity for remission and the specific amount of anti-dumping duties to be remitted.
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