Cbsa Agency Agreement
4. The decisions of the President of the former Agency shall be deemed to be decisions of the President of the new Agency. (2) Nothing in this Act shall be construed to affect the status of a worker who held a position in the former Agency immediately before the coming into force of this section, except that at the time this section comes into force, the Employee holds his or her position in the new Agency under the direction of the President. The former agency refers to the part of the federal public administration known as the Canada Border Services Agency. (former agency) 19 (1) A reference to the former Agency in any of the following shall be construed as a reference to the new Agency: 13 (1) Subject to sections 38 and 38.1 of the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act, the Agency may, with the consent of the Governor of the Council, on the recommendation of the Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, enter into an agreement with a foreign State or international organization for the purpose of carrying out the Agency`s mandate entered into. 13. It is the responsibility of any person who wishes to revoke an authorization previously granted to an agent to inform that agent. Unless expressly stated otherwise, an agent is deemed to retain the authority to enter into transactions initiated prior to the termination of the agency contract. 3. Where ownership of land or real property was held on behalf of the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency immediately before the coming into force of this Section and the land or property was used for or in support of those parts of the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency whose control and supervision were transferred to the former Agency by Decision P.C 2003-2064: ownership of such land or property is deemed to have been held in the name of Her Majesty under the laws of Canada.
17 1. Persons exercising the functions of President and Executive Vice-President of the former Agency on the date of entry into force of this Division shall become President and Executive Vice-President of the new Agency on that date and shall be deemed to have been appointed in accordance with paragraph 7. 2. Any action, action or other judicial or administrative proceeding involving the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency pending on the day on which this Article comes into force may be continued by or against the new entity in the same manner and to the same extent as that which would have been sued by or against the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency in respect of those parts of the Customs and Revenue Agency of Canada. Revenue Agency, whose control and oversight was transferred to the former Agency by Decision P.C. 2003-2064. 6. Any person who intends to do business with the CBSA as a representative of another person is responsible for ensuring that the appropriate power of attorney has been granted. The written power of attorney is often referred to as an agency contract or power of attorney. 2. Where, under an Act, order, rule or regulation or contract, lease, licence or other document, a power, duty or function is or may be exercised by the president of the former Agency or by an employee of the former Agency, the power, duty or function shall be delegated or exercised by the president of the new Agency or an employee of the new Agency: unless the Governor of the Council appoints by order a deputy minister or an officer of the federal public administration to exercise or perform such authority. 6.
Any affidavit or document submitted for attestation or certification by an employee of the former Agency before the day on which this Division comes into force shall have the same probative value as if it had been sworn or certified by an employee of the new Agency after that date. (b) implement agreements between the Government of Canada or the Agency and a foreign state or public body that exercises a governmental function in a foreign state to carry on an activity, provide a service or administer a tax or program; (2) Parts III and III.1 of the Federal-State Tax Code Act do not apply to an agreement entered into or amended in accordance with subsection (1). 2. The Agency may assist the services and bodies for which the Minister is responsible by providing services in accordance with the agreements or arrangements entered into with those services and bodies. (d) implement any agreement or arrangement between the Agency and departments or agencies of the Government of Canada to carry out an activity, provide a service or administer a program; and (2) All duties and property of the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency relating to those parts of the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency whose control and supervision were transferred to the former Agency by Decision P.C. 2003-2064 are transferred to the new Agency. 18. (1) Any amount approved for the fiscal year in which this Division comes into force by a Financial Apportionment Act on the basis of the forecasts for that fiscal year to cover federal public administration fees and expenses for the first authority that is not consumed on the day on which this Division comes into force shall be considered to be an amount on that date, which will be used to cover the fees and expenses of the federal public administration for the new agency. .