Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules
73.1 (1) When an order or a finding is deemed to be rescinded on the expiry of a five-year period in accordance with subsection 76.03(1) of the Special Import Measures Act, the notice of expiry that the Secretary must cause to be published in the Canada Gazette in accordance with subsection 76.03(2) of that Act shall set out the following information:
(a) the date on which the order or finding will be deemed to be rescinded;
(b) the date on or before which any written submissions must be filed by any person or government requesting or opposing the initiation of a review of the order or finding;
(c) the number of copies of each written submission that must be filed;
(d) instructions with respect to the filing of confidential information; and
(e) the address to which written submissions or correspondence may be sent or delivered and at which information in respect of the expiry may be obtained.
(2) After the publication of a notice of expiry referred to in subrule (1), the Tribunal shall
(a) if it does not receive a request for a review from a person or government and it decides not to initiate a review on its own initiative under subsection 76.03(3) of the Special Import Measures Act, advise the interested parties of that decision;
(b) if it makes an order not to initiate a review under subsection 76.03(5) of that Act, ask the Secretary to cause a notice of that order to be published in accordance with that subsection; or
(c) if it decides to initiate a review, ask the Secretary to publish a notice of review in the Canada Gazette that sets out the information specified in subrule 71(1).
(3) The Secretary shall send a copy of a notice of expiry or a notice of review, as the case may be, to each person to whom and government to which the Secretary would be required by rule 55 to send a copy of the notice of commencement of inquiry if the review were an inquiry referred to in rule 53.
- SOR/2000-139, s. 36
- SOR/2006-161, s. 5(F)
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