Importing a Infiniti from the US to Canada. The car is orignally from Canada, do I still have to pay duty?

The title basically states it as it is. I am importing a 2005 Infiniti G35 coupe from the United States to Canada. The only odd thing is the car was actually originally purchased in Canada in 2005. So technically speaking the duty was already charged on the vehicle for entry to Canada. For those that do not know, a 6.1% duty is placed on all imported vehicles not manufactured in Canada or the United States. So basically I'm looking for someone with knowledge in the area of importation that can tell me whether I am liable to pay duties on a good that has already had duties payed on. Also, am I still liable to pay the registration fee of $200 since the vehicle has already been registered in Canada. Thirdly, am I still liable to pay GST since it is a Canadian car? (I am fairly sure I will have to pay this but I figure I might as well find out) Additional info: I am not the original owner, I am buying it off of the original owner who purchased the car in 2005 in Canada. The Car was registered in Canada for a couple of years before the owner moved to the United States. Please state if you are a customs agent or involved with anything in importation into Canada, it would be muchly appreciated if you could help since. Thanks.

Asked By: - 11/18/2009
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No to GST, don't know about the others... More
Answered By: BrainDeadZombie - 11/21/2009
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