Duty Free Shop Regulations
13 (1) Every licensee shall, at the duty free shop in respect of which his licence was issued,
(a) provide or make available public washroom facilities that are easily accessible to disabled persons;
(b) provide or make available public telephones that are easily accessible to disabled persons, if the telephone company providing service to the duty free shop agrees to provide such telephone service;
(c) provide service in English and French if the duty free shop is located in an area in which customs services are provided in English and French; and
(d) display notices in English and French indicating
(i) that the goods sold in the duty free shop are for immediate exportation only and must be reported under the Act if they are returned to Canada,
(ii) the circumstances in which goods imported into the United States by individuals are exempt from duties, and
(iii) the circumstances in which goods imported into Canada by individuals are exempt from duties.
(e) and (f) [Repealed, SOR/96-153, s. 6]
(2) Where a duty free shop forms only part of a building, the licensee shall keep the duty free shop separate from the remainder of the building by a partition or other suitable structure.
(3) [Repealed, SOR/96-153, s. 6]
- SOR/96-153, s. 6
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