2. In order to verify the origin of a good, the importing Party may require the importer to obtain and voluntarily transmit written information provided by the exporter or producer of the goods in the territory of the other Party, provided that the importing Party does not have or refuses to obtain such information from the importer, shall not be considered a failure of the exporter or producer to receive and provide such information. the information or the reason for the refusal of preferential tariff treatment. (ii) to promote the harmonious development of economic relations between Canada and the Republic of Peru with a view to promoting the promotion of economic activity in Canada and the Republic of Peru through the producer`s written declaration that the matter is considered to originate; (a) on the basis of a valid certificate of origin, make a written declaration that the goods are considered to be originating; (b) the procedures are based on international trade instruments or standards agreed upon by the Parties; The general provisions of the Order provide that, without the consent of the Attorney General of Canada, no recourse may be made on the basis of the provisions of Part 1 of the Order or an order made under that Part or the provisions of the Free Trade Agreement or related agreements. 7. The purpose of this Law is the implementation of the Agreement and the related agreements, the objectives of which are, as specified in their provisions, 14. The reviewing Party shall provide the exporter or producer whose goods are under review with a written statement as to whether the case is considered to be originating, including the factual findings and the legal basis for the finding. 2. An injunction referred to in paragraph 1 may be issued only if the Governor of the Council is satisfied that the Government of the Republic of Peru has taken satisfactory measures to implement the Agreement and the related agreements. 1. In order to determine whether goods imported from the other Contracting Party into its territory are considered to be originating, a Contracting Party, through its competent authority, may carry out a review by: 2. The Parties shall cooperate to make the goods available explicitly and efficiently. To that end, Contracting Parties should take into account all certificates issued by the exporting Party with respect to trade in the supply chain.
3. For greater security purposes, this Act and any Act of Parliament that implements any provision of the agreement or agreement relating thereto or that fulfills an obligation of the Government of Canada under the agreement or agreement relating thereto shall be interpreted in a manner consistent with the agreement or arrangement relating thereto. (b) whether a good which, after a temporary export for repair or alteration, is reintroduced into the territory of a Contracting Party for duty-free treatment in accordance with Article 205 (domestic treatment and market access of goods – goods which are reintroduced into the territory of the other Contracting Party after repair or modification); 4. . . .