Meeting dates and deadlines - Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board
The Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board meets four times a year to consider certification applications and review requests to appeal refused export permits.
New certification applications, requests for redetermination, and supplementary information for applications on hold are all subject to the same deadline.
Please note: If a certification application is received before a meeting deadline, it does not guarantee that it will be considered by the Review Board at that meeting. Even when they are complete, complex applications may require additional processing time before they can be presented to the Review Board. Applicants will be notified ahead of time if additional information is required or if there are any processing delays.
Electronic submissions will be reviewed by the Secretariat if received by 11:59 p.m. (EST) on the deadline date.
|Review Board meeting||Certification application deadline||Notice of decision*||Export review deadline|
|March 20 - 23||January 5||May 4, 2018||Within 30 days of the postmark date of the Notice of Refusal|
|June 20 - 22||April 13||August 12, 2018|
|September 12 - 14||July 13||November 12, 2018|
|December 12 - 14||October 5||February 4, 2019|
*Unless the circumstances of a particular case require otherwise. Also, please note that if CCPERB needs additional information before making a decision, it will put the application on hold and notify the applicant.
Under the Cultural Property Export and Import Act, the Review Board must consider a request for certification and, unless the circumstances of a particular case require otherwise, make a determination within four months after the date the request is received.
Review Board decisions are communicated to the applicant organizations and the donor or vendor as soon as possible, typically within four weeks of the meeting where the application was considered.
Under the Cultural Property Export and Import Act, the Review Board will review an application for an export permit and, unless the circumstances of a particular case require otherwise, render its decision within four months after the date a request is received.
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