Amy Horn


Customs Broker Services Agreement

“Canada,” the Canada Border Services Agency, any other authority and authority that has succeeded the Government of Canada or any province responsible for imports and exports. “Customer”: any person, company, association or company on demand or on whose behalf the customs broker makes a transaction or provides advice, information or services, directly or indirectly. “Customs broker”: the person; Businesses or businesses that are licensed by the Canada Border Services Agency or another authorized agency for the activity of a customs broker. “Tariffs”: all customs duties, taxes and taxes on goods imported under the Customs Act, customs tariff, excise law, excise law, special import law or other customs laws, excluding penalties, interests or fines imposed under any of the above acts or customs laws. “withdrawal,” any payment made by the customs broker on behalf of the customer for all goods or services that are made to facilitate the importation and export of goods, but which are not limited to customs duties, taxes, freight, storage, penalties, interest and fines and other payments, including payments on goods made on COD shipments made by the customs broker on behalf of the customer; “services,” the customs brokerage services listed in Schedule A, to which the client and the customs broker agree. (a) The customs broker provides timely and professional services in accordance with the generally accepted standards of the Canadian customs brokerage industry and in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations in Canada and any province or country in that country. (b) All customer information is treated confidentially by the customs broker and, if applicable, by his sub-agent, and is disclosed to Canadian customs only if required by law, subject to the client`s instructions to the customs broker to disclose the information to third parties. (c) The customs broker takes all reasonable steps to provide services in accordance with the customer`s instructions, provided, however, that if the customs broker reasonably believes that it is in the client`s best interest to deviate from the client`s instructions, the customs broker is entitled to do so and the customer compensates and saves. (d) The customs broker makes available to the client, for each transaction or summary accounting made on behalf of the client, a copy of the accounting documents and/or related data.

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