Cultural Property Export Regulations
22 (1) A Cultural Property General Permit Declaration referred to in section 21 shall be in the form set out in Schedule V, which form shall be signed by the person referred to in section 21 and shall state that the object intended for export from Canada is an object authorized to be exported from Canada under a general permit and that the conditions set out in that general permit have been complied with.
(2) Where an object is to be exported under a general permit issued under subsection 14(1) of the Act, the declaration referred to in section 21
(a) shall be given to the postmaster, where the object is to be sent by means of the Canada Post Office; or
(b) shall be given to the collector of customs at the port of export, where the object is to be sent by means other than the Canada Post Office.
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