6. Unless otherwise authorized by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce or on his behalf by the Chief of the Export and Import Permits Division or other person authorized by the Minister, no person shall
(a) with respect to goods for which an import certificate has been issued and prior to their being received by the person to whom the certificate was issued, cause or assist in the disposal or diversion of such goods to any person other than the person to whom the certificate was issued;
(b) use an import certificate in any manner other than in accordance with the information and certifications appearing in the import certificate; or
(c) being the person to whom an import certificate was issued, refuse or otherwise fail to make any report or provide any information required by or under these Regulations.
7. An import certificate is not valid beyond the expiry date specified therein.
8. The following reports shall, where applicable, be made, in writing, to the Chief of the Export and Import Permits Division by a person to whom an import certificate has been issued:
(a) an immediate report, with full particulars, of any information he receives that the certificate or any part of the goods to which it relates has been or will be dealt with by the exporter or any other person otherwise than in accordance with the terms of the certificate or the requirements of these Regulations;
(b) a report of the arrival of the goods in Canada, together with a true copy of the customs entry document covering them and bearing the stamp of the collector of customs at the Canadian port of entry;
(c) a report of any proposal to export the goods from Canada; and
(d) if the goods have not arrived in Canada before the expiry date of the certificate, a report of that fact together with such information as he may have as to the reasons for the delay and the whereabouts of the goods.
DELIVERY VERIFICATION CERTIFICATES
9. (1) Delivery verification certificates of the delivery in Canada of goods imported into Canada may be granted by or on behalf of the Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce to any person who requests such certificate in order to comply with or assist his exporter in complying with the requirements of the country of export of the goods.
(2) Delivery verification certificates shall not be issued unless a report of the arrival of the goods in Canada, together with a true copy of the customs entry documents covering them and bearing the stamp of the collector of customs at the Canadian port of entry, has been made, in writing, to the Chief of the Export and Import Permits Division.
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