10. (1) Every person in Canada and every Canadian outside Canada shall disclose without delay to the Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
(a) the existence of property in their possession or control that they have reason to believe is owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by a designated person or by an entity owned or controlled by a designated person; and
(b) information about a transaction or proposed transaction in respect of property referred to in paragraph (a).
(2) No person contravenes subsection (1) by disclosing in good faith under that subsection.
APPLICATION TO NO LONGER BE A DESIGNATED PERSON
11. (1) A designated person may apply in writing to the Minister to request to have their name removed from the schedule.
(2) On receipt of a written application, the Minister shall decide whether there are reasonable grounds to recommend to the Governor in Council that the applicant’s name be removed from the schedule.
(3) If the Minister does not make a decision on the application within 60 days after the day on which the application is received, the Minister is deemed to have decided to recommend that the applicant remain a designated person.
(4) The Minister shall give notice without delay to the applicant of any decision made or deemed to have been made.
Marginal note:New application
(5) If there has been a material change in circumstances since the last application was submitted, a person may make another application under subsection (1).
APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE
Marginal note:Mistaken identity
12. (1) A person claiming not to be a designated person may apply to the Minister in writing for a certificate stating that they are not the person who has been designated under section 2.
Marginal note:Certificate — time frame
(2) If it is established that the person is not a designated person, the Minister shall issue a certificate to the applicant within 15 days after the day on which the application is received.
13. (1) Sections 3 to 5 do not apply with respect to
(a) supplies of non-lethal military equipment intended solely for humanitarian or protective use, and related technical assistance and training;
(b) supplies of protective clothing and equipment, including flak jackets and military helmets, for the personal use of United Nations or African Union personnel, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development workers and associated personnel;
(c) firearms and related ammunition and accessories in respect of which a temporary export permit has been granted under the Export and Import Permit Act prior to the coming into force of this paragraph; and
(d) a member of the Canadian Forces who is in or travels to Zimbabwe in the performance of official duties, including providing security to Canadian embassy staff, providing humanitarian assistance, or engaging in other activities authorized by the Chief of the Defence Staff.
Marginal note:Financial support
(2) Section 6 does not apply with respect to financial or other support provided by the Government of Canada in connection with internationally or regionally mandated or sanctioned negotiations for a political settlement in Zimbabwe.
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