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Customs Notice 20-39: United Kingdom Trade Continuity Remission Order

On December 22, 2020, the Canada Border Services Agency published the United Kingdom Trade Continuity Remission Order (the Order).

The Order states that effective January 1, 2021, the United Kingdom (UK) and particular associated territories will no longer be covered by the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) by way of Brexit, but can still preserve the CETA duty rates for qualifying imports from the UK. These goods would now have to be accounted under the Most-Favoured-Nation (MFN) tariff treatment.

To continue to benefit from the remission of duties, importers must instead cite the Remission Order #20-1135 on their B3, Canada Customs Coding Form. The remission applies to qualifying goods until the day on which the new Canada-United Kingdom Trade Continuity Agreement (CUKTCA) enters into force.

To qualify for the remission, importers must ensure that the products still meet the rules of origin under the CETA agreement and are responsible to obtain documentation in support of the claim for remission under the Order.

Any importers who have goods originating from the UK, which were in transit to Canada prior to January 1, 2021, may still claim the CEUT preferential tariff treatment.

For additional information, please access the full CBSA Customs Notice 20-39.

Schenker is here to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have and provide support.

Please contact our client services team schenkercustoms.cs@dbschenker.com

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