A request for a re-determination may cover:
The importer of the goods has the right to make a request to a designated officer for a re-determination of the decision within 90 days of the date on which a CBSA assessment notice is given. A request to the President for a re-determination may then be further made within 90 days of the decision made by the designated officer.
If the importer of the goods self-assessed the anti-dumping or countervailing duties, a request to a designated officer for a re-determination can be made within 120 days of the date of accounting. A request to the President for a re-determination may then be further made within 90 days of the decision made by the designated officer.
These requests can be made by submitting a completed Form B2 (Adjustment Request) and supporting materials to the following address:
Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate
Canada Border Services Agency
c/o Manager, Compliance Unit
100 Metcalfe Street, 11th Floor
Ottawa ON K1A 0L8
Please note that a request for a re-determination will be accepted by the CBSA only if all amounts owing as duties and interest in respect of the goods referred to in the determination, including goods of a NAFTA country, have been paid in full by the importer of the goods. Where a determination is made in respect of goods of a NAFTA country, the government of that NAFTA country, or, if they are of that NAFTA country, the producer, manufacturer or exporter of the goods may make a request for re-determination, whether or not the importer of the goods has paid all duties and interest owing on the goods. Security or bond cannot be posted for a request for a re-determination of anti-dumping or countervailing duties imposed on imported goods.
For more details, please consult Memorandum D14-1-3.