Canada Transportation Act

Version of section 126 from 2003-01-01 to 2013-06-25:

Marginal note:Confidential contracts
  •  (1) A railway company may enter into a contract with a shipper that the parties agree to keep confidential respecting

    • (a) the rates to be charged by the company to the shipper;

    • (b) reductions or allowances pertaining to rates in tariffs that have been issued and published in accordance with this Division;

    • (c) rebates or allowances pertaining to rates in tariffs or confidential contracts that have previously been lawfully charged;

    • (d) any conditions relating to the traffic to be moved by the company; and

    • (e) the manner in which the company shall fulfill its service obligations under section 113.

  • Marginal note:No investigation or arbitration of confidential contracts

    (2) No party to a confidential contract is entitled to submit a matter governed by the contract to the Agency for final offer arbitration under section 161, without the consent of all the parties to the contract.

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