General Import Permit No. 83 — Aluminum Products
Ottawa, August 23, 2019
La ministre des Affaires étrangères,
Minister of Foreign Affairs
2 If any goods imported under the authority of this Permit are required to be reported in the prescribed form under the Customs Act, that form must contain the statement “Imported under the authority of General Import Permit No. 83 — Aluminum Products” or “Importé en vertu de la Licence générale d’importation no 83 — Produits d’aluminum”.
Terms and Conditions
3 A resident of Canada who imports goods under the authority of this Permit must
(a) within 10 days after receipt of a request from the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, provide to the Department the documents and records referred to in section 4 in respect of any import made during the period specified in the request;
(b) at all reasonable times
(c) provide to the Department any documents and records necessary for making a determination on the country of origin, import value, or quantity of imported aluminum products, within the time period specified by the Department.
Documents and Records
4 A resident of Canada who imports goods under this Permit must retain, for a period of six years after the year in which the import is made, documents and records containing the following information:
(a) the name and address of the importer or consignee;
(b) proof of Canadian residency;
(c) the date of entry of the goods into Canada;
(d) the quantity, expressed in kilograms, of the goods;
(e) the country from which the goods are imported;
(f) the country of origin of the goods;
(g) the shipping document with freight and other transportation costs indicated separately;
(i) the import value in Canadian dollars; and
(j) a detailed description of the goods.
Coming into Force
5 This Permit comes into force on September 1, 2019, but if it is registered after that day, it comes into force on the day on which it is registered.
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