General Agency Agreement

Looking for a customs brokerage service provider? Once you’ve found your brokerage partner, you need to establish a General Agency Agreement (GAA) with them.

The GAA is a legal requirement of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). Without an original on file with the CBSA, your service provider cannot legally act as your broker and/or clear your goods at the border.

Livingston’s GAA is an easy-to-complete, straightforward form complete with instructions on how to accurately complete it. If you’ve found your brokerage partner and are ready to get your goods moving, download and sign your GAA today!

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