Allocation Method Order (Beef and Veal) (SOR/96-186)

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Allocation Method Order (Beef and Veal)

SOR/96-186

EXPORT AND IMPORT PERMITS ACT

Registration 1996-03-29

Order Establishing the Method for Allocating the Import Access Quantity for Beef and Veal

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, pursuant to paragraph 6.2(2)(a)Footnote * of the Export and Import Permits Act, hereby repeals the Allocation Method Order — Beef and Veal, made on April 19, 1995Footnote ** and makes the annexed Order establishing the method for allocating the import access quantity for beef and veal, in substitution therefor.

Ottawa, March 26, 1996

LLOYD AXWORTHY
Minister of Foreign Affairs

SHORT TITLE

 This Order may be cited as the Allocation Method Order (Beef and Veal).

  • SOR/2014-294, s. 1(F).

INTERPRETATION

 The definitions in this section apply in this Order.

“Act”

“Act” means the Export and Import Permits Act. (Loi)

“applicant”

“applicant” means a resident of Canada who applies for an import allocation. (requérant)

“beef and veal”

“beef and veal” means goods set out in the schedule. (boeuf et veau)

“distributor”

“distributor” means a distributor that is not a commission broker and that

  • (a) buys beef and veal and re-sells them to other businesses; and

  • (b) maintains or rents a warehouse and trucks, or purchases warehousing or transportation services in carrying on its trade. (distributeur)

“FTA country”

“FTA country” means a country from which imports of beef and veal are not subject to the tariff rate quota in accordance with a free trade agreement (FTA) with Canada. (pays ALÉ)

“process”

“process” means to substantially change the appearance or nature of beef and veal, including to de-bone, slice, comminute, thermally process, preserve, dehydrate, ferment, render, fractionate, defibrinate or add to the product, but does not include to dress, trim, refrigerate, freeze, package or defrost. (transformer)

“processor”

“processor” means a person who has processed beef and veal at their own facilities during the 12-month period ending on September 30 in the calendar year before the calendar year for which the person applies for an import allocation. (transformateur)

“retailer-processor”

“retailer-processor” means a retailer who has processed beef and veal at their own facilities during the 12-month period ending on September 30 in the calendar year before the calendar year for which the retailer applies for an import allocation. (détaillant-transformateur)

“under-utilization”

“under-utilization”, in relation to an import allocation, means utilization of less than 90% of the quantity allocated to an applicant. (sous-utilisation)

  • SOR/2002-94, s. 1;
  • SOR/2014-294, s. 2.