Customs Brokers Licensing Regulations
13 (1) Subject to subsection (2), a licence authorizes the holder to transact business as a customs broker
(a) at the customs office specified in the licence, if the holder maintains at least one business office in the area served by that customs office;
(b) at any customs office specified by the Minister of National Revenue;
(c) at any other customs office through a customs broker qualified under these Regulations whose licence specifies that customs office; and
(d) at any customs office, by electronic means in accordance with the Participants’ Requirements Document, published by the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, as amended from time to time, if the holder maintains at least one business office in Canada.
(2) A licence only authorizes the transaction of business as a customs broker at a business office referred to in paragraph (1)(a) if at least one individual who transacts business on a full-time basis as a customs broker at the business office meets the knowledge requirement determined in accordance with section 4, if the individual transacts business on his own behalf, or in accordance with section 6, if the individual transacts business on behalf of another person.
- SOR/98-236, s. 1
- SOR/2002-149, ss. 5, 11
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