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.
Return to footnote *S.C. 1994, c. 47, s. 106
Ottawa, March 26, 1996
- SOR/2014-294, s. 1(F).
2. The definitions in this section apply in this Order.
“Act” means the Export and Import Permits Act. (Loi)
“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” 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” 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” 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” 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”, 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.
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