General Import Permit No. 6 — Roses for Personal Use

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General Import Permit No. 6 — Roses for Personal Use

SOR/97-80EXPORT AND IMPORT PERMITS ACT
Registration 1996-12-30
General Import Permit No. 6 — Roses for Personal UseThe Minister of Foreign Affairs, pursuant to subsection 8(1.1)Footnote a of the Export and Import Permits Act, hereby makes the annexed General Import Permit No.6 — Roses for Personal Use.
Return to footnote aS.C. 1994, c. 47, s. 108(1)
Ottawa, December 30, 1996
LLOYD AXWORTHY
Minister of Foreign AffairsInterpretation

1 The definitions in this section apply in this permit.

imported from Israel or another CIFTA beneficiary
imported from Israel or another CIFTA beneficiary has the meaning assigned by the Regulations Defining Certain Expressions for the Purposes of the Customs Tariff. (importé d’Israël ou d’un autre bénéficiaire de l’ALÉCI)
roses
roses means cut roses and rose buds, fresh, suitable for bouquets or ornamental purposes that are classified under tariff item No. 0603.10.11 or under heading 98.04 or 98.26 in the List of Tariff Provisions set out in the schedule to the Customs Tariff. (roses)

SOR/98-81, s. 1.

General

2 Any resident of Canada may, under the authority of this permit, import from Israel or another CIFTA beneficiary for their personal use or the use of their household, roses not exceeding two dozen in respect of each importation.

3 Where roses imported under the authority of this Permit are required to be reported in the prescribed form under the Customs Act, that form shall contain the statement “Imported under the authority of General Import Permit No. 6 — Roses for Personal Use” or “Importé en vertu de la Licence générale d’importation no 6 — Roses pour usage personnel”.

Coming into Force

*4 This Permit comes into force on the day on which section 45 of the Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act, chapter 33 of the Statutes of Canada, 1996, comes into force.
Return to footnote *[Note: Permit in force January 1, 1997, see SI/97-9.]