Extension of Time Limits for the Storage of Goods
- This memorandum has been revised to reflect all relevant regulatory and policy changes made since January 1, 1988.
- Two of the more significant changes are as follows:
- granting extensions for goods being held by customs under a court order pursuant to either the Copyright Act or Trade-marks Act pending a review to determine if there is an infringement of copyright or trade-mark; and
- revising the schedules of paragraph 15 to show the general time limits and the time limits for specific imported goods being held in a customs office, a sufferance warehouse, a highway frontier examining warehouse, or a bonded warehouse.
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This memorandum outlines the procedures for extending the time limits for goods held in a customs office, a sufferance warehouse, a highway frontier examining warehouse, or a bonded warehouse.
||Import Process Division
||Customs Act, subseciton 37(2)
||D4-1-7, January 1, 1988
|Superseded memoranda D
||D4-1-0 and D4-1-5