Transportation of Goods Regulations
3 (1) Subject to subsection (3), no person shall transport or cause to be transported within Canada goods that have been imported but have not been released unless
(a) the person submits an application in the prescribed form for permission to transport the goods to the chief officer of customs for the area or place in which the transportation of the goods is to begin or, where the person proposes to transport such goods or cause such goods to be transported on a regular basis, to the Deputy Minister;
(b) the person deposits the security required by subsection 6(1) with the chief officer of customs or the Deputy Minister, as the case may be;
(c) the person receives permission to transport the goods from the chief officer of customs or the Deputy Minister, as the case may be;
(d) the person presents a description of the goods in the prescribed form to an officer; and
(e) the conveyance or container or part thereof that contains the goods is sealed with a seal issued or approved by the Deputy Minister except where
(i) the conveyance or container or part thereof is of a nature or size that precludes the sealing thereof,
(ii) the goods are live animals, or
(iii) the person has been authorized by an officer to transport the goods or cause them to be transported in an unsealed conveyance or container.
(2) Every person who transports or causes to be transported within Canada goods that have been imported but have not been released shall notify the consignee in the prescribed form of the arrival of the goods.
(3) Subsection (1) does not apply to the transportation of goods within Canada prior to the time the goods are required to be reported under section 12 of the Act and under the Reporting of Imported Goods Regulations made pursuant thereto.
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