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7. Form B6D is used together with Form B3, type 22, Ships' Stores, Sales to the Governor General and Diplomats. It has the declaration of the vessel's master or agent, or the airline company's agent, certifying that the goods are for use as ships' stores. It also has the border service officer's certificate that the goods were accompanied on board and sealed on the vessel or aircraft. You can find more information on ships' stores in Memorandum D4-2-1, Ships' Stores Regulations.


10. The B3 form package must also include all certificates, licences, permits, or other documents that may be required by another government department or agency as they apply to their acts or regulations for imported goods. However, consolidated Form B3 accounting documents (Form B3, type F) used to account for goods released under the Courier/Low Value Shipment (LVS) Program are not to include supporting documentation when the accounting document is presented to customs. Any supporting documentation (i.e., invoices, Orders in Council) are to be held at the importer's and broker's premises to allow an officer in the future to perform an audit of the records and to obtain or verify the information on which the calculation of duties was based.


11. The border services officer will review Form B3 documentation to ensure compliance with the CBSA's requirements. They will return any B3 form that does not meet the requirements to the importer/owner or broker, and where applicable, withhold release of goods. In all such cases, the border services officer will inform the importer/owner or broker of the reasons for rejection.


12. When Form B3 is presented at a terminal office and is paid either by cash or account, only one copy is required: the CBSA copy. The official receipt for monies tendered for payment of Form B3 at automated locations is a stamped duty-paid copy of a Detailed Coding Statement (DCS) for cash entries or a Form K84, Importer/Broker Account Statement, for account entries. Both these statements are generated by the customs automated system. For details, refer to Memorandum D17-1-5, Registration, Accounting and Payment for Commercial Goods.


14. Under the Courier LVS Program, approved participants can consolidate a number of shipments on Form B3, type F. This consolidation may include a number of LVS, which were released from the CBSA. Goods that are prohibited, controlled, or regulated by an Act of Parliament or a regulation made under such an Act are excluded from this program. However, the program accepts goods for which a special authority (i.e., Order in Council) applies. Goods valued at greater than the Courier LVS threshold are also excluded from this program. Consolidation of this B3 form may be made by a CBSA office, a regional consolidation, a consolidation by carrier, a consolidation by importer, or a national consolidation. For more information regarding the Courier LVS Program, refer to Memorandum D17-4-0, Courier Low Value Shipment Program.


15. Because Form B3 (bonded warehouse) is a multi-use form, the number of copies required will depend on the type. The following chart outlines this information when Form B3 is presented at a terminal office.


16.At non-terminal offices, an importer's/broker's copy of the documentation is required for return with a daily notice of transactions finalized that day. The CBSA copy will be date-stamped with the date of final accounting and forwarded to the appropriate automated office.


For goods subject to the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), importers not enrolled in the Customs Self-Assessment (CSA) program must clearly show the description of the goods. The description must conform to the written notification provided by an officer of the CBSA.


For goods subject to the SIMA, importers enrolled in the CSA program must provide, upon request and within 21 days, documents which clearly show the description of the goods. The description must conform to the written notification provided by an officer of the CBSA.


Importers may be assessed an administrative monetary penalty if they fail to provide the required description as outlined in the written notification provided by an officer of the CBSA for any goods subject to SIMA.


This example shows the format to be used when goods are being removed from the warehouse and exported from Canada. The name and number of the office of export should be indicated either by means of a block stamp or by typing the information in the body of the coding form. Field Nos. 24 and 25 must be completed indicating the previous Form B3 transaction number and line reference on which the goods were warehoused.


This example shows the format to be used for goods previously deemed exported. It is used to ex warehouse the goods entered on a Form B3, type 10. The export routing CBSA office must be shown in the body of Form B3.


This example shows the format to be used when goods are ex warehoused for ships' stores. In addition to this coding form, Form B6D, Ships' Stores Delivery Declaration, is to be completed in as much detail as possible. As duty and/or taxes are not collected, these fields should not be completed. If the goods must be forwarded to another CBSA office prior to loading on the vessel, the office name and number should be typed or block stamped in the body of Form B3.


This example shows the format to be used when transferring part of a shipment to another bonded warehouse within an area serviced by the same CBSA office. The new warehouse number must be typed or block stamped in the body of the form. The time the goods may remain in the warehouse is shown in Field No. 18.


This example shows the format to be used when there is a transfer of ownership within an area serviced by the same customs office with the goods remaining in the same customs bonded warehouse. The transfer declaration must be signed by both the transferor and the transferee. The details of the original warehouse Form B3 are entered in the body of the coding form and the previous transaction number and its line reference must be completed in Field Nos. 24 and 25.


This example shows the format to be used for a transfer of ownership with the goods remaining in the same customs bonded warehouse. The transfer declaration is signed by both parties, as they are both located within the area covered by the same CBSA office. All the details from the original warehouse Form B3 are shown in the body of the transfer Form B3. Because the goods were originally consigned to order in care of a bank, and are now being transferred to the owner, this transfer is exempted from the provisions of subsection 30(j) of the Customs Act. (This transfer is not one of the three transfers allowed.)


This example shows the format to be used when the ownership of goods, which have been warehoused, is transferred, and the goods are relocated to another bonded warehouse within the area serviced by the same CBSA office. Importers/brokers must add the transfer information shown on this example by means of a block stamp or by typing the data directly onto the body of the coding form. In this example, the transferor, as well as the transferee, must sign the certificate indicating that a transfer of ownership has been effected. In addition, the number of the bonded warehouse from which the goods will be transferred must also be completed in Field No. 44. Field No. 18 must indicate the time the goods may continue to remain in the warehouse. Field Nos. 24 and 25 must be completed to identify the previous transaction number and line on which the goods were warehoused or transferred. Importers/brokers must note in Field No. 22 the number of times the goods in question have been transferred.


This example shows the format to be used when goods are transferred from a warehouse in an area serviced by one CBSA office to a warehouse in an area serviced by another CBSA office. Importers/brokers must indicate the CBSA office for the area to which the goods are being transferred and the warehouse number, if known, in the body of the coding form. In addition, it should be noted in Field No. 22 the number of times the goods in question have been transferred. It is also necessary to complete Field Nos. 24 and 25 to indicate the previous Form B3 transaction number and line reference on which the goods were warehoused or transferred. Field No. 18 shows the time the transferred goods may remain in the warehouse.


This example shows the format to be used when goods are transferred to a new owner in an area serviced by another CBSA office. Importers/brokers must affix the necessary transfer information, as illustrated in the example, by means of a block stamp or by typing the information directly onto the body of the coding form. The transferor must sign the transfer certificate, but only the name of the transferee need appear. In addition, the CBSA office number and name, which services the area to which the goods are being forwarded, must be completed. If known, the new bonded warehouse number should be completed. Field No. 18 must indicate the time the goods may continue to remain in the warehouse. Field Nos. 24 and 25 must identify the previous Form B3 transaction number and line reference on which the goods were warehoused.


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