Palmerston North Showgrounds Act 1974

  • repealed
  • Palmerston North Showgrounds Act 1974: repealed, on 24 November 2009, by section 8 of the Palmerston North Showgrounds Act Repeal Act 2009 (2009 No 2 (P)).

Reprint
as at 24 November 2009

Palmerston North Showgrounds Act 1974

Private Act1974 No 3
Date of assent19 July 1974
  • Palmerston North Showgrounds Act 1974: repealed, on 24 November 2009, by section 8 of the Palmerston North Showgrounds Act Repeal Act 2009 (2009 No 2 (P)).


Note

Changes authorised by section 17C of the Acts and Regulations Publication Act 1989 have been made in this eprint.

A general outline of these changes is set out in the notes at the end of this eprint, together with other explanatory material about this eprint.


An Act to enable the Manawatu and West Coast Agricultural and Pastoral Association to dispose of certain land in the City of Palmerston North to the Palmerston North City Council for a recreation reserve and to constitute and incorporate the Palmerston North Showgrounds Board of Control for the management and control of the land as a recreation reserve

  • Preamble

    WHEREAS the Manawatu and West Coast Agricultural and Pastoral Association (hereinafter called the Society) is registered as proprietor of an estate in fee simple in the land described in Schedule 1 hereto which is situated in the City of Palmerston North: And whereas the said land is held by the Society subject to the provisions of the Agricultural and Pastoral Societies Act 1908: And whereas the said land because of its position and existing facilities is of unique value for recreation and sporting purposes to the City of Palmerston North: And whereas it is desired by the Society and by the Palmerston North City Council (hereinafter called the Council) that the said land should be developed and improved and substantial additions made to its facilities for the purposes of recreation in the City of Palmerston North: And whereas the Society is not able to undertake the expenditure required for such development and improvement from its own resources and the Council is able and prepared to undertake such expenditure if the said land is vested in it for the purposes of recreation: And whereas at a special meeting of the Society held at Palmerston North on the 31st day of January 1972, the members there present unanimously approved in principle of the said land being vested in the Council as a showgrounds and recreation reserve: And whereas (subject to the authority of this Act) the Society and the Council have entered into the deed of agreement providing for the said land to be taken by Proclamation and vested in the Council for the purposes of recreation and providing inter alia for appropriate payment of compensation money to the Society and disposal and investment of the compensation money, and further providing for the continuing use of the said land for the purposes of the Society as showgrounds on a number of days in each year: And whereas the requisite authority empowering the Society is attainable only by legislation: And whereas it is desired to constitute and incorporate a statutory body to manage and control the said land:

BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by the General Assembly of New Zealand in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:

1 Short Title
  • This Act may be cited as the Palmerston North Showgrounds Act 1974.

2 Interpretation
  • In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,—

    Board means the Palmerston North Showgrounds Board of Control established under section 3 of this Act

    Council means the Palmerston North City Council

    Deed of Agreement means the deed executed under seal by the Society and the Council and dated the 18th day of June 1973 and the supplementary deed so executed and dated the 2nd day of April 1974, both deposited in the office of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries

    Showground means the land described in Schedule 1 to this Act together with all buildings, fences, structures, appointments, and facilities thereon from time to time

    Society means the Manawatu and West Coast Agricultural and Pastoral Association (Incorporated).

3 Palmerston North Showgrounds Board of Control established
  • There is hereby established a body corporate to be called the Palmerston North Showgrounds Board of Control which shall have perpetual succession and a common seal, shall be capable of doing and suffering all such acts and things as bodies corporate may do and suffer, and which shall have the constitution and powers and generally shall conduct its affairs in the manner set out in this Act and Schedule 2 to this Act.

4 Consent to taking of land
5 Control of land
  • (1) On and after the date on which the showground is vested in the Council, the showground shall be held by the Council as a recreation reserve subject to the Reserves and Domains Act 1953, and the Board shall have the control and management of the showground.

    (2) It shall not be necessary for the consent, authority, or approval of the Minister of Conservation to be obtained by the Council in respect of the exercise by the Council in respect of the showgrounds of any of the powers and authorities set out in section 32 of the Reserves and Domains Act 1953, and the Council may in respect of the showgrounds exercise any power or discretion vested in the Minister of Conservation under that section.

    (3) Notwithstanding the provisions of the Reserves and Domains Act 1953, the Council may, if it thinks fit, with the prior consent of the Board, lease by private contract to any club, association, incorporated body, or to trustees on their behalf, any part or parts of the showground for the bona fide purpose of recreation or of playing outdoor or indoor games in such a manner and for such term not exceeding 21 years (with or without right of renewal) perpetual or otherwise, but with no right of acquiring the fee simple; and any such lease shall be on such conditions as the Council determines and may authorise the lessee under such lease to demand such fees or charges as the Council may approve for admission to the demised land or any part thereof on such days during the term as may be approved by the Council.

    Subsection (2) was amended, as from 12 December 1991, by clause 3 Palmerston North Showgrounds Order 1991 (SR 1991/243) by substituting the word Conservation for the word Lands.

6 Application of compensation money
  • Notwithstanding the provisions of section 7 of the Agricultural and Pastoral Societies Act 1908 and section 3 of the Agricultural and Pastoral Societies Amendment Act 1912 the Society may receive from the Council the monetary compensation for the taking of the said land agreed upon and set out in the deed of agreement and may apply such compensation in accordance with the terms thereof in the following ways:

    • (a) In repayment and satisfaction of the Society's current debts and liabilities whether secured or unsecured:

    • (b) In establishing a capital reserve fund from which any money from time to time available for investment may be invested by the Society in any mode of investment from time to time authorised for the investment of trust funds:

    • (c) In taking up Palmerston North City Council debenture loan stock for a term of 10 years bearing interest at the rate approved for such stock by the Local Authorities Loans Board:

    • (d) On the maturity of such stock, in the purchase of other land suitable for the purposes of the Society at that time or in taking up any local authority debenture stock or other authorised trustee investment for such term and at such rate of interest as the Society may at that time think fit.

7 Liability of Board members
  • Every member of the Board or of any committee thereof shall be chargeable only for such money as he shall actually have received although he may have joined in any receipt for money received by any other member, and shall not be answerable for the acts of any other member, nor for any loss which may arise by reason of any Board's funds being deposited in the hands of any banker, solicitor, or agent, or for the sufficiency, or insufficiency, or deficiency of any security upon which any Board money or any part thereof may be invested, or for any loss in the execution of any of the trusts imposed by this Act, unless the same shall happen through his own neglect or default.

8 Receipt to be discharge
  • The receipt in writing of any secretary, treasurer, or other agent of the Board duly authorised in that behalf shall be a good and effectual discharge for all money paid to him on behalf of the Board and shall exonerate the person or persons paying such money from seeing to the application thereof.

9 Inquiry not necessary
  • It shall not be necessary for any purchaser or any person to or with whom any sale, exchange, or lease shall be made, or other transaction entered into under the powers conferred by this Act, to inquire into the necessity thereof or the propriety thereof.

10 Bylaws
  • The Board may from time to time, by resolution, make bylaws for all or any of the following purposes:

    • (a) For the safety and preservation of, and the prevention of injury to, the buildings, fences, turf and all other property under the control of the Board:

    • (b) For preventing disorderly or unseemly conduct or behaviour of persons, whether participants, players, or spectators, sideshow men, exhibitors, or patrons in or about the land and buildings comprised in the showgrounds:

    • (c) For preventing persons gaining or attempting to gain admission to any land, building, or enclosure comprised in the showgrounds without payment of the proper charge payable for admission to such land, building, or enclosure:

    • (d) For the regular and efficient government and management of all buildings and land comprised in the showgrounds and for providing for the comfort and convenience of players, participants, spectators, sideshow men, exhibitors, or patrons attending or making use of the said land and buildings.

11 Variation of agreement to be consented to by Minister
  • No agreement varying the deed of agreement shall be entered into between the Council and the Society without the prior written consent of the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries.

12 Amendment of Schedule 2
  • (1) Any of the provisions of Schedule 2 to this Act may from time to time be altered or added to in a manner not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act by mutual agreement in writing between the Council, the Society, and the Board.

    (2) Any alterations or additions so made to the provisions of Schedule 2 to this Act may in like manner be altered or added to.

    (3) No such alteration or addition shall come into force until it has been approved by the Minister of Conservation after consultation with the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries and notified in the Gazette.

    (4) This section shall prevail over paragraph 18 of the Second Schedule to the Deed of Agreement and that paragraph shall have no force or effect.

    Subsection (3) was amended, as from 12 December 1991, by clause 4 Palmerston North Showgrounds Order 1991 (SR 1991/243) by substituting the word Conservation for the word Lands.

13 Penalty for breach of bylaws
  • (1) Every person who contravenes or fails to comply with any bylaw made under this Act commits an offence and shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $40, and shall also be civilly liable for all damage caused by the contravention or non-compliance.

    (2) The Board is hereby declared to be a local authority for the purposes of section 73 of the Public Finance Act 1989.

    Subsection (2) was substituted, as from 1 April 1978, by section 160(1) Public Finance Act 1977 (1977 No 65).

    Subsection (2) was further substituted, as from 1 July 1989, by section 86(1) Public Finance Act 1989 (1989 No 44).

14 Private Act
  • This Act is hereby declared to be a private Act.


Schedule 1
Legal description of Palmerston North Showgrounds

Section 4

ALL those pieces of land situated in the City of Palmerston North containing:

First, 32 acres 1 rood 25.16 perches, more or less, being part Suburban Sections 294, 297, 307, and 308, Allotments 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and part Allotment 8 of Suburban Section 295, Allotments 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of Suburban Section 296, and part Allotments 1, 2, and 3 of Suburban Section 309, township of Palmerston North, and parts of closed streets, the said part Suburban Section 294 being more particularly shown as Lots 1, 2, 5, 7, 9, and 11, Deposited Plan 578, and the said part Suburban Section 297 being more particularly shown as Lot 11, Deposited Plan 1441, and being all the land comprised in certificate of title, Volume 804, folio 17 (Wellington Registry).

Second, 2 roods 23.4 perches, more or less, being part of Suburban Section 296, Town of Palmerston North, being all the land comprised in certificate of title, Volume 289, folio 35 (Wellington Registry).

Third, 35 perches, more of less, being part of Lot 6 of Suburban Section 296, Town of Palmerston North, being all the land comprised in certificate of title, Volume 147, folio 243 (Wellington Registry).

Fourth, 25.37 perches, more or less, being part of Lots 6 and 7 of Section 296 and part Section 297, Town of Palmerston North, being also part of Lots 35 and 38, Deposited Plan 1441, all the land comprised in certificate of title, Volume B2, folio 1030 (Wellington Registry).

Fifth, 21.5 perches, more or less, being Lot 10 on Deposited Plan 1441 and part of Section 297, Town of Palmerston North, being all the land comprised in certificate of title, Volume 133, folio 98 (Wellington Registry).


Schedule 2
Palmerston North Showgrounds Board of Control

  • Schedule 2 was substituted, as from 19 October 2000, by the Gazette 2000, p 3729.

Constitution and Powers
1 Vesting
  • The custody, management and control of the Showgrounds shall, as from the date of taking by proclamation by the Council, be vested in the Palmerston North Showgrounds Board of Control (hereinafter called the Board) for the purposes set out in the following clause.

2 Purposes
  • Without limiting the rights and powers of the Board as custodians, managers and controllers of the Showgrounds, it is declared that the primary duty and function of the Board is to use, maintain and administer the Showgrounds including the buildings fencing grandstands and other structures or appointments from time to time thereon to the best advantage of the Council and the Society and the citizens of Palmerston North and surrounding districts for recreation and sporting purposes.

3 Membership of the Board
  • 3.1 The Board shall consist of not less than 5 persons and not more than 9 persons.

    3.2 The Board shall comprise the following:

    • (a) Up to 5 members appointed by the Council.

    • (b) Up to 2 members appointed by the Society.

    3.3 Subject to clauses 3.6 to 5.4 inclusive, each member appointed by the Council or the Society shall serve a term of 3 years commencing on the 1st day of July in the year of appointment and concluding on the 30th day of June at the end of the 3 year period.

    3.4 The Board shall have the right to co-opt up to 2 further members so that the total number of members is 9. The term of appointment for any co-opted member shall be for a period not exceeding 3 years, although the Board may remove any co-opted member at any time. Co-opted members are eligible for reappointment in accordance with this clause provided that no reappointment shall be made earlier than 3 months before the end of the current term of any co-opted member. Co-opted members shall not be subject to retirement by way of rotation as provided in clauses 4.1 to 4.6 inclusive.

    3.5 The Council, in appointing members to the Board, shall do so in accordance with Council policies and procedures pertaining to the appointment of Council appointees to outside organisations. The Council may change these policies and procedures at any time. The Council shall provide the Board with a copy of these policies and procedures and any changes that may be made to them.

    3.6 In the event that the Council or the Society (for the purposes of this clause 3.6 called the Appointor) wishes to remove any member appointed by them as provided in clause 3.2, then the Appointor shall first inform the Board and the member whom the Appointor wishes to remove from the Board of the desire by the Appointor to remove that member from the Board. This advice shall be in writing and shall also include reasons why the Appointor wishes that member to be removed from the Board. The Board shall consider such advice and provide its response to the Appointor within 1 calendar month of receiving notice from the Appointor. The Appointor may then remove the member after considering the Board's response giving 1 month's notice in writing to the member.

    3.7 The members comprising the Board as at the end of the day immediately preceding this new Constitution and Powers of the Board coming into force pursuant to section 12(3) of the Palmerston North Showgrounds Act 1974 shall be deemed to have retired at midnight on that day.

4 Rotation of Members
  • 4.1 On the 30th day of June of each year commencing in the year 2003, the following members appointed pursuant to clause 3.2 shall retire from the Board:

    • (a) In 2003, and every 3 years thereafter, 3 members, being 2 of the members appointed by the Council and 1 of the members appointed by the Society.

    • (b) In 2004, and every 3 years thereafter, 2 members, being 1 of the members appointed by the Council and 1 of the members appointed by the Society.

    • (c) In 2005, and every 3 years thereafter, 2 members, being 2 of the members appointed by the Council.

    4.2 Retiring members shall be eligible for reappointment.

    4.3 Any retiring member shall hold office until a replacement person is appointed unless the member otherwise requires. The members to retire each year shall, subject to clause 4.1, be those members who have been in office for the longest unbroken period of time since they were last appointed. If it is necessary to decide between 2 or more members of equal standing in that respect, the same shall be determined by lot at a meeting of the Board held during the 6 month period ending on the 31st day of March of the relevant year.

    4.4 Where any member has been appointed to fill a vacancy arising under clause 5.3, their period of unbroken service shall be deemed to include the period or periods of unbroken service of the member or members being replaced under clause 5.3.

    4.5 Not later than the 1st day of April of each year, the Board shall advise the Council and the Society of the names of retiring members for that year and whether or not those members wish to be considered for reappointment.

    4.6 If at any time the Council or the Society has appointed fewer than the maximum number of members permitted by clause 3.2, the Board may, with the approval of the Council and the Society, vary the number of members required to retire in any year but always with the intent that members shall hold office for a maximum period of 3 years.

5 Vacancies
  • 5.1 Any vacancy of a member appointed by either the Council or the Society shall, at the option of the Council or the Society, be filled by the Council or the Society appointing another person to fill the vacancy.

    5.2 Any vacancy of a member co-opted by the Board shall, at the option of the Board, be filled by the Board appointing another person to fill the vacancy.

    5.3 A vacancy shall occur:

    • (a) If a member dies.

    • (b) If a member resigns.

    • (c) If a member refuses to act or is absent without leave for 3 successive Board meetings.

    • (d) If a member is removed by the Board as provided in clause 3.4 or by an Appointor as provided in clause 3.6.

    5.4 Any member may resign from the Board by giving notice to the Board and their resignation shall take effect from the date of that notice being served on the Chairperson of the Board.

6 Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson
  • 6.1 The Board shall appoint a Chairperson and may appoint a Deputy Chairperson.

    6.2 The Chairperson shall be appointed at the Annual Meeting referred to in clause 11 and may be appointed at an ordinary meeting of the Board should there cease to be a Chairperson. The Deputy Chairperson may be appointed at the Annual Meeting or at any ordinary meeting of the Board.

    6.3 The Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson shall hold office until the end of the next Annual Meeting held following their appointment or until they resign as Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson or cease to be a member of the Board, whichever happens sooner.

    6.4 The Chairperson shall preside at all meetings of the Board at which he or she is present. In the absence of the Chairperson from any meeting, the Deputy Chairperson (if any) shall preside but, if no Deputy Chairperson has been appointed or is absent, the members present shall appoint 1 of their number to preside at that meeting.

7 Proceedings of the Board
  • The Board shall meet for the dispatch of business as often as it shall deem necessary. The Chairperson shall have the right to convene a meeting at any time. It shall be the duty of the Chairperson to convene a meeting upon receiving a requisition in writing from any 3 members of the Board. If the Chairperson is for any reason not available or fails forthwith upon receipt of such requisition to convene a meeting, then any 3 members may themselves convene a meeting.

8 Notice of Meetings
  • Except in the case of what in the opinion of the Chairperson is an emergency meeting, not less than 7 days' notice of any meeting shall be given. Notice of any meeting shall specify the place, day and the hour of the meeting. Notice shall be deemed to have been given to any member if it has been posted, or by facsimile or by Email to the last known address of the member and shall then be deemed to have been received the day after the notice has been posted, or by facsimile or by Email. The accidental omission to give notice to any member or the non receipt by any member of a notice shall not invalidate the meeting to be held.

9 Quorum
  • At any meeting of the Board there shall be a quorum if a majority of the members are present and no business shall be transacted unless a quorum is present. If a meeting is short of a quorum at its commencement, or falls short of a quorum, and if no quorum is present within 15 minutes, the meeting shall lapse.

10 Voting
  • 10.1 All questions before the Board shall, wherever possible, be decided by consensus. Where a consensus decision is unable to be reached on a matter it shall, unless otherwise specified in this document, be put as a motion to be decided by a majority of votes. Each Board member including the Chairperson shall have 1 vote. If the voting is tied, the Chairperson shall have a second or casting vote.

    10.2 All questions decided by voting shall be on the basis of voices or, if decided by the Chairperson or requested by any member, on a show of hands. All voting shall be open.

11 Annual Meeting
  • The Board shall hold an Annual Meeting which may be combined with an ordinary meeting at which shall be approved:

    • (a) The audited accounts of the Board.

    • (b) The annual plan for the forthcoming year including a budget of income and expenditure and a statement of assets and liabilities.

    • (c) A report from the Chairperson or nominee of that Chairperson dealing with the affairs of the Board for the previous year.

    • (d) The appointment of a Chairperson for the forthcoming year.

    • (e) The appointment of a Deputy Chairperson, if thought appropriate, for the forthcoming year.

    • (f) The appointment of an Auditor for the forthcoming year.

      The Annual Meeting shall be held prior to the 30th day of September in each year. Notwithstanding anything else contained herein, at least 14 days' notice of an Annual Meeting shall be given to the members.

12 Minute Book
  • A minute book shall be provided and kept by the Board. Minutes of all proceedings of the Board and any committee thereof shall be entered in the minute book. Any such minute, if purporting to be signed by the Chairperson of the meeting at which the proceedings were had or by the Chairperson at the next succeeding meeting, shall be evidence of the proceedings. Where minutes have been made, in accordance with the provisions of this clause, of the proceedings of any meeting of the Board then, until the contrary is proved, the meeting shall be deemed to have been duly held and convened and all proceedings had in accordance with this Constitution.

13 Accounts
  • 13.1 The Board shall keep true and fair accounts of all money received and expended for each financial year with the balance date to the 30th day of June in each year.

    13.2 The Board shall, as soon as practicable after the end of every financial year of the Board, cause the accounts of the Board for the financial year to be audited by a chartered accountant in public practice. Copies of the audited accounts shall be provided to the Council and the Society by the 31st day of August in each year and shall be available for the Annual Meeting of the Board.

    13.3 All moneys received by the Board shall be paid to a bank account of the Board. All cheques or payments to be drawn upon a bank account of the Board shall be signed by at least 2 members approved by the Board for that purpose.

14 Common Seal
  • The Board shall have a common seal which shall be used only as directed by the Board. It shall be affixed to documents only in the presence of and accompanied by the signature of 2 Board members with the prior approval of the Board.

15 Powers
  • The Board shall have all powers necessary for carrying into effect the purposes and objects of the Board hereinbefore set out and in particular, but without limiting its said powers, it shall have the following powers:

    • (a) To do all such things as may be reasonably necessary for the maintenance and upkeep of the Showgrounds.

    • (b) To open and operate 1 or more banking accounts, with power to borrow on overdraft.

    • (c) To purchase and from time to time to sell or exchange such plant and equipment as may be reasonably necessary in connection with the maintenance and upkeep of the Showgrounds or the management of the affairs of the Board.

    • (d) To employ all such persons as may be reasonably necessary for the proper and efficient carrying out of the custody control and management of the Showgrounds.

    • (e) From time to time to close the whole or any part of the lands comprised in the Showgrounds for the purpose of permitting the proper maintenance thereof or in order to enable any improvements thereto to be effected.

    • (f) To enter into any contract or arrangement not inconsistent with the purposes and objects of the Board hereinbefore set out for the use of the lands comprised in the Showgrounds or any part thereof, by any person, body or organisation, and to make charge for such use.

    • (g) To accept gifts of any property to be held by the Board upon trust for the purposes of the Board or any of them.

    • (h) To invest any Board moneys not immediately required, in any investment for the time being authorised by law as a trustee investment and to vary such investments or convert the same into money.

    • (i) To make any alterations or additions to any improvements from time to time on the Showgrounds, to erect additional buildings, grandstands or seating accommodation and generally to effect any such improvement to the Showgrounds as may from time to time be considered expedient by the Board. However, in relation to any works which are to be paid for utilising funding provided to the Board by the Council or any works which the Council determines to be major works, then the carrying out of such works shall be subject to the Board first obtaining from the Council written consent and such works shall be carried out in accordance with the Council's requirements.

    • (j) To delegate to the Manawatu and West Coast Agricultural and Pastoral Association (Incorporated) or any other organisation it thinks fit, the exclusive use and management of the Showgrounds for any period or periods with the right to exclude any persons therefrom and the right to collection of revenue therefrom whether by way of entrance fees, licence fees or admission prices or otherwise on terms as to payment of an agreed percentage of receipts and inspection of accounts or as fixed in each case.

    • (k) To sell and provide liquor in conjunction with approved user activities pursuant to the Sale of Liquor Act 1989 or any statutory modifications or re-enactment thereof for the time being in force.

    • (l) To pay to members of the Board a reasonable remuneration by way of a meeting allowance and/or salary and to reimburse members of the Board for their reasonable costs and expenses.

16 Power to Delegate
  • 16.1 The Board may from time to time appoint any committee and may delegate in writing any of its powers and duties to any such committee or to any person, and the committee or person, as the case may be, may without confirmation by the Board exercise or perform the delegated powers or duties in like manner and with the same effect as the Board could itself have exercised or performed them.

    16.2 Any committee or person to whom the Board has delegated powers or duties shall be bound by the terms of this Constitution.

    16.3 Every such delegation shall be revocable at will, and no such delegation shall prevent the exercise of any power or the performance of any duty by the Board.

    16.4 It shall not be necessary that any person who is appointed to be a member of any such committee, or to whom any such delegation is made, be a member of the Board.

17 Arbitration
  • All questions, disputes and differences which may from time to time arise between the Board, the Council, the Society or any 2 of them concerning the meaning or construction of any part of the Empowering Act, the Deed of Agreement and this Schedule or any variations or additions made to the Empowering Act, the Deed of Agreement and this Schedule from time to time or concerning the rights or obligations of any person or organisation pursuant to the Empowering Act, the Deed of Agreement and this Schedule shall be negotiated in good faith by the parties to resolve the dispute. If the dispute is not resolved within 6 weeks of the date on which the parties begin their negotiations, the parties shall submit the matter to the arbitration of an independent arbitrator appointed jointly by the parties in dispute, or if one cannot be agreed upon within 14 days, to an independent arbitrator appointed by the President for the time being of the Manawatu District Law Society. Such arbitration shall be deemed to be a reference to arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration Act 1996 and any amendments to or any enactment passed in substitution for that Act.


Contents

  • 1General

  • 2About this eprint

  • 3List of amendments incorporated in this eprint (most recent first)


Notes
1 General
  • This is an eprint of the Palmerston North Showgrounds Act 1974. It incorporates all the amendments to the Act as at 24 November 2009. The list of amendments at the end of these notes specifies all the amendments incorporated into this eprint since 18 September 2007.

    Relevant provisions of any amending enactments that contain transitional, savings, or application provisions are also included, after the principal enactment, in chronological order. For more information, see http://www.pco.parliament.govt.nz/reprints/.

2 About this eprint
  • This eprint has not been officialised. For more information about officialisation, please see Making online legislation official under Status of legislation on this site in the About section of this website.

3 List of amendments incorporated in this eprint (most recent first)
  • Palmerston North Showgrounds Act Repeal Act 2009 (2009 No 2 (P)): section 8