(a) the number of units of equipment required to satisfy the testing requirements of the applicable standards is one or, where the number is specified in the applicable standards, that number; and
(b) the maximum number of units of equipment that may be manufactured or imported without a TAC, without a certificate referred to in any of paragraphs 21(a) to (c) or not in compliance with the applicable standards shall be one more than the applicable number of units referred to in paragraph (a).
(2) At any time during the life cycle of Category I or Category II equipment, the Minister may test or, with the agreement of the manufacturer or importer, have the manufacturer or importer test the Category I or Category II equipment in order to ensure compliance with applicable standards.
(3) Any person whose Category I or Category II equipment is subject to testing pursuant to subsection (2), shall test the equipment in accordance with the Minister’s instructions or, at the Minister’s request, make the equipment available for testing by the Minister at a place and time designated by the Minister.
(4) Where the testing done pursuant to subsection (3) shows that the Category I or Category II equipment tested does not comply with the applicable standard, the Minister shall
(5) Where a manufacturer or importer fails, after being requested to do so by the Minister, to test Category I equipment or to make the equipment available for testing, the Minister shall suspend the TAC in respect of that equipment.
- SOR/98-437, s. 2;
- SOR/2001-533, s. 10.
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