Flag State Summary - Canada
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(613) 949-4224Certification Procedure
Their legislation will require Canadian registered owners to obtain a Canadian issued certificate on the date the Convention enters into force in Canada irrespective of whether they are in possession of a valid certificate issued by another State party.
The application form for certificates can now be found online on the following web page on their website:http://www.tc.gc.ca/marinesafety/oep/environment/liability/liability-application.htmMiscellaneous
The information requested in the form must be typed; however, the form cannot be saved. Handwritten applications will not be accepted.Last updated: 7th January 2010
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