1 Short Title
Part 1Education amendment
2 This Part to form part of Education Act 1914 [Repealed]
3 School Committees to hold office for two years [Repealed]
4 Biennial meeting of householders for election of School Committee [Repealed]
5 Consequential and other amendments of Schedule 3 to principal Act [Repealed]
6 Schedule 2 to principal Act amended [Repealed]
7 Section 3 of Education Amendment Act 1932-33, amended [Repealed]
Part 2Education authorities
8 Section 13 of New Zealand University Amendment Act 1914, amended [Repealed]
9 Section 3 of Otago Boys' and Girls' High Schools Act 1877, amended [Repealed]
10 Validating payment made to Miss M I Christoffel, Taranaki Scholarship holder
An Act to amend the Education Act 1914, and to make Provision with respect to certain Education Authorities.
BE IT ENACTED by the General Assembly of New Zealand in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—
This Act may be cited as the Education Law Amendment Act 1933.
Part 1 was repealed, as from 15 October 1965, by section 204 Education Act 1964 (1964 No 135).
Section 8 was repealed, as from 1 January 1962, by section 60 Universities Act 1961 (1961 No 54).
Section 9 was repealed, as from 1 June 1965, by section 2(2) Otago Boy's and Girls' High Schools Amendment Act 1961 (1961 No 92).
Whereas Mary Irene Christoffel (hereinafter called the student) qualified in November, nineteen hundred and twenty-nine, under section seventeen of the New Zealand University Amendment Act 1914, for an award of a Taranaki Scholarship as from the first day of January, nineteen hundred and thirty, but was deemed by the University of New Zealand not to be entitled thereto: And whereas the University of New Zealand, relying on a judgment of the High Court of New Zealand given on the application of James Wincote Syme, made in the month of August, nineteen hundred and thirty-one, an award of the said scholarship to the student as from the first day of January, nineteen hundred and thirty, and made a payment (hereinafter referred to as the said payment) of the scholarship-moneys accordingly to the student in respect of the years nineteen hundred and thirty and nineteen hundred and thirty-one: And whereas the said payment was invalid by reason of the fact that the student did not, during the said years nineteen hundred and thirty and nineteen hundred and thirty-one, comply with the conditions of the said scholarship as set out in the said section seventeen and the regulations made thereunder: And whereas it is desirable to validate the said payment: Be it therefore enacted as follows:—
The said payment is hereby validated.
The reference to the “High Court” was substituted, as from 1 April 1980, for a reference to the “Supreme Court” pursuant to section 12 Judicature Amendment Act 1979 (1979 No 124).