What You Need for Form 9 – Application for Provisional Certificate of Registry

Access Form 9 – Application for Provisional Certificate of Registry

Boat ownership can bring about many different situations for you. While many of them can be great for you, there are some that may seem like they can cause something of a headache and anxiety for you. Getting your vessel for the first time can cause you stress, particularly if you need to wait out the time it can take for you to get your permanent certificate of registry from Transport Canada. In situations like this, it may be good for you to access Form 9 – the application for provisional certificate of registry – so you can try to get your boat in the water legally faster.

When to Access Form 9 – Application for Provisional Certificate of Registry

Form 9 is only available to use under very certain circumstances. You can use Form 9 if you are purchasing a vessel as a resident of Canada, but the vessel currently resides in a port outside of Canada. This situation comes about often when Canadian citizens are purchasing a vessel from the United States. You can apply to access form 9 – provisional certificate of registry so that you can bring the boat into Canada provisionally until you receive your permanent documents. You may also use Form 9 if the vessel is in Canada and the Chief Registrar determines that permission to use the vessel should be granted until the permanent certificate arrives.

Filling Out Form 9 – Application for Provisional Certificate of Registry

If you think you have circumstances that fit filling out Form 9 – the application for provisional certificate of registry, you want to get the proper form so that you can file it with Transport Canada. The form is available for download on Transport Canada’s website, and you can fill it out and mail it to the proper office for processing. The form can seem a bit confusing, so you do want to take care filling it out correctly, so it is not rejected

.Access Form 9 – Application for Provisional Certificate of Registry

Get Help with Form 9

If you want a better way to access Form 9 – application for provisional certificate of registry, contact the National Vessel Registry Center Corp. We are a private agency that works with boat owners to help them with forms for Transport Canada to make sure forms are correct and processed. You can fill out Form 9 right here on our website and send it into us so we can check it for you and make sure your information is accurate before it goes to Transport Canada, making it more likely you will get the approval you need.