Importation and Exportation of Firearms Regulations (Businesses)
8 (1) A notice of a decision to refuse to issue an authorization to export or import goods or to revoke such an authorization is sufficiently given if the notice is addressed to the last known address of the business that applied for or is the holder of the authorization and the notice is, as the case may be,
(a) delivered personally during normal business hours of the business;
(b) sent by registered mail or by courier;
(c) transmitted by electronic means that can produce a paper record; or
(d) in the case of a notice of a decision to revoke, delivered personally to the person who produces the authorization at the customs office.
(2) The notice is deemed to be received
(a) on the day of delivery, if it is delivered personally;
(b) on the fifth working day, excluding Saturdays and holidays, after
(i) the postmark date, if it is sent by mail, and
(ii) the date of shipment on the waybill, if it is sent by courier; and
(c) on the day of transmission, if it is sent by electronic means.
- SOR/2004-271, s. 9
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