Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations
Marginal note:Holding prescribed documentation
260 (1) If a commercial transporter has reasonable grounds to believe that the prescribed documents of a person whom it carries to Canada may not be available for examination at a port of entry, the commercial transporter must give the person a receipt for the documents and hold the documents until examination.
Marginal note:Presenting documents
(2) A commercial transporter that holds the documents of a person must, when presenting the person for examination under paragraph 148(1)(b) of the Act, present the documents and a copy of the receipt.
- SOR/2016-37, s. 5
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