Reprint as at 8 June 2015

Coat of Arms of New Zealand

Maritime Transport Act 1994

Public Act
 
1994 No 104
Date of assent
 
17 November 1994
Commencement
 
see section 1
Note

Changes authorised by subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Legislation Act 2012 have been made in this official reprint.

Note 4 at the end of this reprint provides a list of the amendments incorporated.

This Act is administered by the Ministry of Transport.

Contents

Title
1Short Title and commencement
2Interpretation
3Act to bind the Crown
4Application of this Act
4AApplication of Parts 3 and 5
5Objectives of Minister
5AFunctions of Minister
[Repealed]
[Repealed]
6Employers to ensure safety of seafarers [Repealed]
[Repealed]
7Identification of hazards to seafarers [Repealed]
8Significant hazards to seafarers to be eliminated where practicable [Repealed]
9Significant hazards to seafarers to be isolated where elimination impracticable [Repealed]
10Significant hazards to seafarers to be minimised, and seafarers to be protected, where elimination and isolation impracticable [Repealed]
[Repealed]
11Employees to be given results of monitoring [Repealed]
12Information for seafarers generally [Repealed]
[Repealed]
13Training and supervision [Repealed]
14Seafarers to be involved in development of health and safety procedures [Repealed]
[Repealed]
15Duties of employers in respect of persons who are not seafarers [Repealed]
16Duties of seafarers [Repealed]
17General requirements for participants in maritime system
18General requirements for persons other than participants
19Duties of master
20Duty to report dismissals
21Pleasure craft departing for overseas
22Employer’s duties in relation to seafarers of New Zealand ships on overseas voyages
23Employer’s duties in relation to seafarers on New Zealand ships
24Inspection of provisions
25Body and effects of deceased seafarer
26Provisions relating to crewing of New Zealand ships and young persons
27Prohibition on receiving remuneration for placing seafarers in employment
28Members of crew not to contract out of rights
29Master to have same rights as members of crew
30Recording and notification of accidents, incidents, and mishaps
31Obligation to notify all accidents, incidents, etc
32Duty to assist persons in danger and to respond to distress calls
33Reporting of dangers to navigation
33AApplication of this Part
33BInterpretation
33CFunctions of regional councils
33DRegional councils to appoint harbourmasters
33EFunctions of harbourmasters
33FHarbourmasters’ general powers
33GEnforcement officers, Police, and authorised regional council officials
33HPowers of entry
33ICouncils may carry out harbour works
33JRemoval of wrecks by regional council
33KRemoval of wrecks by Director
33LRemoval of abandoned ships
33MNavigation bylaws
33NOffences relating to navigation bylaws
33OInfringement offences relating to navigation bylaws
33PInfringement notices
33QEntitlement to infringement fees
33RFees and charges
33SResponsibilities of port operators for maritime safety
33TInspections and audits of port operations
33UProhibition or conditions on use or operation of port facilities
33VDangerous activity at commercial port
33WCrown harbours and facilities
33XDelegation or transfer of council’s responsibilities
34Maritime rules relating to maritime documents
35Application for maritime document
36Maritime rules relating to other matters
36APower of Governor-General to make maritime rules
37Power of Director to make emergency maritime rules
38Contravention of emergency maritime rule
39Matters to be taken into account in making maritime rules
40Further provisions relating to rules
40AInterpretation
40BSeafarers not to exceed specified alcohol limits
40CContravention of specified breath or blood-alcohol limit
40DFailure or refusal to remain at specified place or to accompany enforcement officer
40EFailure or refusal to permit blood specimen to be taken
40FDefences
40GBlood test fee
40HWho must undergo breath screening test
40IWho must undergo evidential breath test
40JSeafarer may be required to undergo further evidential breath test if initial test fails to produce result
40KRight to elect blood test
40LWho must give blood specimen at places other than hospital or surgery
40MWho must give blood specimen in hospital or surgery
40NProcedure for dealing with blood specimens
40OCertificates in proceedings
40PCertificates of compliance for evidential breath-testing devices
40QPresumptions relating to blood specimens
40RPresumptions relating to alcohol-testing
40SCircumstances in which certificate not admissible in proceedings
40TPower to stop and board ships
40UArrest of seafarers for alcohol-related offences
40VEnforcement officer may prevent seafarers from returning to duty
40WEvidential status of certain muster lists, or other official records, from ships
41Issue of maritime documents and recognition of documents
42Acceptance of convention documents
43Suspension of maritime documents or imposition of conditions
44Revocation of maritime documents
45Amendment or revocation in other cases
46Suspension or revocation of maritime document where prescribed fees or charges unpaid
47Exemption
48Powers of Director in relation to examinations, etc
49Criteria for action under section 43 or section 44
50Criteria for fit and proper person
51Notice to persons affected by proposed adverse decisions
52Suspension from work
53Suspended persons not to work or be employed
54Inspections and audits
54APower of Director to investigate holder of maritime document
55Detention, etc, of ships and maritime products
56Costs of detention, etc
57Investigation of accidents, incidents, and mishaps by Director
58Powers of investigation of Director
59Additional powers of investigation
60Duty of Director to notify accidents and incidents to Transport Accident Investigation Commission
60AMaster to ensure rules relating to pilotage are complied with
60BLimitation of liability where pilot engaged
[Repealed]
61Offences likely to cause serious harm [Repealed]
62Other offences [Repealed]
63Actions taken to prevent harm [Repealed]
64Unnecessary danger caused by holder of maritime document
65Dangerous activity involving ships or maritime products
65AProceeding without pilot contrary to maritime rules or direction given under section 60A
66Effect of breach of maritime rule
67Communicating false information affecting safety
67AOffence for submerged load lines
67BOther offences
68Acting without necessary maritime document
69Applying for maritime document while disqualified
69AActing in breach of maritime documents
69BKnowingly employing seafarers without maritime documents
70Failure to comply with inspection or audit request
71Failure to comply with Part 3
[Repealed]
72Failure to comply with sections 7 to 10 [Repealed]
73Court may disqualify holder of maritime document or impose conditions on holding of document
74Effect of disqualification
75Commencement of period of disqualification
76Retention and custody of documents
77Removal of disqualification
78Particulars of disqualification orders, etc, to be sent to Director
79Appeals
[Repealed]
80Amendment of indictment or information [Repealed]
81Strict liability and defences [Repealed]
82Continuation of Maritime Appeal Authority
83Application of this Part
84Interpretation
84ALLMC Convention as amended by LLMC Protocol to have force of law
85Persons entitled to limitation of liability under this Part [Repealed]
86Claims subject to limitation of liability
87Calculation of limits of liability
87AGovernor-General may notify amended limits
88Units of account
89Court may consolidate claims [Repealed]
90Part owners to account in respect of damages [Repealed]
91Release of ship where security given [Repealed]
92Application of this Part
93Interpretation
94Division of loss
95Damages for personal injury
96Right of contribution
97Limitation of actions
98Interpretation
99Director may appoint Receivers [Repealed]
100Powers and duties of Director where ship or aircraft in distress
100AResponsibility of owner of ship or aircraft in distress
101Right of passage over adjoining lands
102Receiver to suppress plunder and disorder [Repealed]
103In Receiver’s absence, who to act [Repealed]
104Receiver to make inquiry [Repealed]
105Rules to be observed by person finding wreck
106Articles washed ashore to be delivered to Receiver [Repealed]
107Claims to wreck [Repealed]
108Wreck may be sold immediately in certain cases [Repealed]
109Provisions where wreck claimed by 2 or more persons and as to unclaimed wreck [Repealed]
110Removal of hazards to navigation
[Repealed]
111Offences in respect of wreck [Repealed]
112Receiver may seize concealed wreck [Repealed]
[Repealed]
113Salvage for saving life [Repealed]
114Salvage of cargo or wreck [Repealed]
[Repealed]
115Settlement of disputes as to salvage [Repealed]
116Settlement of disputes by District Court [Repealed]
117Apportionment of salvage among owners, etc, of ships and aircraft other than New Zealand ships or aircraft [Repealed]
118Valuation of wreck [Repealed]
119Enforcing payment of salvage [Repealed]
120Receiver may sell wreck in case of non-payment [Repealed]
121Payment of salvage in case of dispute as to apportionment [Repealed]
122High Court may apportion [Repealed]
123Salvage claims against the Crown [Repealed]
124Salvage claims by the Crown [Repealed]
[Repealed]
125Fees to be paid to Receiver [Repealed]
126Foreign wreck subject to duties as an importation
127Penalties
[Repealed]
128Interpretation [Repealed]
129Application of this Part [Repealed]
130Surveyors [Repealed]
131Notice to be given before work commenced [Repealed]
132Notice to be given before use changed [Repealed]
[Repealed]
133Certain ships to be surveyed [Repealed]
134Director may exempt any particular ship or class of ship from survey [Repealed]
[Repealed]
135Initial, intermediate, and periodical surveys [Repealed]
136Additional surveys [Repealed]
137Duties of surveyor on completion of survey where ship satisfactory [Repealed]
138Duties of surveyor on completion of survey where ship unsatisfactory [Repealed]
139Duties of Director on receipt of notice [Repealed]
140Declarations of survey [Repealed]
[Repealed]
141Interim certificates [Repealed]
142Safety Convention certificates [Repealed]
143Certificates of survey [Repealed]
144Requirement to hold appropriate certificate [Repealed]
145Dispensation from having appropriate certificate [Repealed]
146Conditions in respect of certificates [Repealed]
147More than 1 certificate in respect of same ship [Repealed]
148Duration of Safety Convention certificates [Repealed]
149Duration of certificate of survey [Repealed]
150Display of certificates [Repealed]
151Offence in respect of display of certificates [Repealed]
[Repealed]
152Application of sections 153 to 155 [Repealed]
153Certificates of completion required for certain barges [Repealed]
154Certificates of completion [Repealed]
155Offence to proceed on voyage in certain circumstances [Repealed]
156Government ships [Repealed]
[Repealed]
157Interpretation [Repealed]
158Application of this Part [Repealed]
159Load line ships and certificates [Repealed]
160Issue of load line certificates [Repealed]
161Duty to comply with Load Line Regulations [Repealed]
162Overloading [Repealed]
163Offences in relation to markings [Repealed]
164Display of load line certificate and other requirements [Repealed]
165Director may exempt certain ships from Load Line Regulations [Repealed]
166Use of timber load lines [Repealed]
167Submersion lines on ships not subject to Load Line Regulations [Repealed]
[Repealed]
168Interpretation [Repealed]
[Repealed]
169Application of Collision Regulations [Repealed]
170Observance of Collision Regulations [Repealed]
[Repealed]
171Radio messages [Repealed]
172Additional duties in respect of reporting of dangers to navigation [Repealed]
173Dangerous goods [Repealed]
174Deck cargo [Repealed]
175Livestock [Repealed]
176Grain [Repealed]
177Minister may define restricted limits [Repealed]
178Medical officers to be carried on certain ships [Repealed]
179Medical certificates required in respect of seafarers under 18 years of age [Repealed]
180Crew accommodation [Repealed]
181Official logbook to be kept [Repealed]
182Matters to be entered in logbook [Repealed]
183Chief engineer to keep engine room logbook [Repealed]
184Offence in respect of official logbook, etc [Repealed]
185Penalties
186Documents issued under Parts 10 to 12
187Expiry of Parts 10 to 12
188Duty of assistance
189Maritime Registry
190Information services
191Maritime levies
192Exemptions from maritime levies
193Power to appoint agents to collect maritime levies
194Power of agent of ship, etc, to retain maritime levies out of other money
195Recovery in certain cases where maritime levies not paid
196Issue of receipt for maritime levy
197Detention of ship where maritime levies not paid or receipt not produced
198Coastal shipping
199Search and rescue operations [Repealed]
200Navigational aids
200AMinister may notify maritime event where special enforcement powers exercisable
200BSpecial enforcement powers may be exercised when this section applies
200COpening and testing of packages containing dangerous goods
201Regulations
202Repeals and revocations
203Amendments to other enactments
204Regulations, etc, deemed made under this Act [Expired]
205Expiry of section 204
206Dispensing powers of Director
207Abolition of Marine Council and Marine Advisory Committee, etc
208Interpretation
209Hague Rules to have force of law
210Jurisdiction of New Zealand courts
211Contracting parties to the Rules
212Repeals
213Savings
214Commencement
215Interpretation
216Application of Convention
217Salvage claims against the Crown
218Salvage claims by the Crown
219Apportionment between salvors
219ASalvage for saving life
220Actions for indemnity
221Commencement of provisions relating to marine pollution
222Interpretation
223Application of Parts 19 to 27 to ships of New Zealand Defence Force
224Application of certain provisions of Parts 19 to 28
225Interpretation
226Harmful substances not to be discharged into sea or seabed of exclusive economic zone or continental shelf
227Duty to report discharge or escape of harmful substances
228Notice of pollution incidents
229Notice of prospective arrival of ship carrying oil or noxious liquid substance
230Notice of transfer of oil or noxious liquid substances to or from ships
231Obligations of Director and regional councils to share information concerning notices
232Director may require provision of financial security
233Rectification of hazardous conditions
233APower to prohibit transfer of oil or noxious liquid substance
234Precautionary measures in the event of transfer of oil or noxious liquid substance
235Powers of investigation of Director
235AAdditional powers of Director
236Power to require reception facilities
237Discharge or escape of harmful substances into sea or seabed
238Failure to report discharge of harmful substance into sea or seabed
239Failure to notify pollution incidents
240Failure to notify arrival of ship carrying oil or noxious liquid substance
241Failure to notify transfer of oil or noxious liquid substance from or to ships
242Failure to comply with requirement of Director
242AFailure to comply with prohibitions
243Defences to offence against section 237
244Penalties in respect of sections 237, 238, 239, and 242
245Penalties in respect of sections 240, 241, and 242A
246Amount of fine or other monetary penalty recoverable from agent
247Interpretation
248Powers of Director in relation to hazardous ships
249Powers of Director in relation to hazardous structures and operations
250Exercise of power by Director
251Right to compensation
252Compliance with instructions
253Offences
254Instructions under this Part that conflict with other instructions
255Minister’s power of direction
256Protection of Director and other persons
257Interpretation
258Dumping of radioactive waste or other radioactive matter
259Storing of radioactive waste or other radioactive matter
260Storing of toxic or hazardous waste
261Dumping and incineration of waste or other matter
262Power of Director to issue permits for dumping of waste or other matter
263Offences in respect of radioactive waste, other radioactive matter, toxic waste, and hazardous waste
264Offences in respect of dumping and incineration of waste and other matter
265Special defences
266Penalties
267Sentence of imprisonment
268Marine protection documents to be held and complied with if required by marine protection rules
269Application for marine protection document
270Issue of marine protection documents and recognition of documents
271Acceptance of documents
272Suspension of marine protection documents or imposition of conditions
273Revocation of marine protection documents
274Suspension or revocation of marine protection document where prescribed fees or charges unpaid
275Amendment or revocation in other cases
276Criteria for action under section 272 or section 273
277Acting without necessary marine protection document
278Acting in breach of marine protection document
279Penalties for individuals
280Penalties for bodies corporate
281Interpretation
282Oil Pollution Advisory Committee
283Preparation and review of response strategy
284Purpose and contents of response strategy
285Consultation in respect of response strategy
286Purpose of marine oil spill contingency plans
287Preparation, review, and keeping of shipboard and site marine oil spill contingency plans
288Purpose of regional marine oil spill contingency plan
289Initial regional marine oil spill contingency plans
290Regular review of regional marine oil spill contingency plans
291Preparation and consultation in respect of, and matters to be included in, regional marine oil spill contingency plans
292Approval of draft regional marine oil spill contingency plan
293Amendment of regional marine oil spill contingency plans
294Regional marine oil spill contingency plan overridden in certain cases
295Power of Director to prepare regional marine oil spill contingency plan
296Purpose of national marine oil spill contingency plan
297Preparation and review of national marine oil spill contingency plan
298Consultation in respect of and matters to be included in national plan
299Duty to notify if unable to contain and clean up marine oil spills
300Function of regional on-scene commanders after notification
301Function of National On-Scene Commander after notification
302National On-Scene Commander to take precedence
303Objective of on-scene commanders
304Termination of marine oil spill response
305Powers of on-scene commander
306Matters to be complied with in requisitioning
307Compensation payable where property requisitioned
308Compensation for loss or damage to personal property
309Absence from duty not to affect employment rights
310Minister’s power of direction
311Additional powers of on-scene commander
312Limits on powers of on-scene commander
313Compliance with marine oil spill contingency plans
314Offences in respect of marine oil spill contingency plans
315Offences in respect of notification of inability to contain and clean up marine oil spills
316Failure to comply with prohibition, restriction, or direction
317Penalties
318Appointment of regional on-scene commanders
319Appointment of National On-Scene Commander
320Appointments under section 318 or section 319
321Purchases by Authority to prepare for and implement responses to marine oil spills
322Distribution and responsibility for maintenance of purchases under section 321
323Authority may inspect
324Director responsible for training
325Director may review responses
326Proof of identity
327Protection from liability
328Contracts
329Interpretation
330New Zealand Oil Pollution Fund
331Application of money in New Zealand Oil Pollution Fund
332Expenditure budgets required before certain money paid from Fund
333Oil pollution levies
334Consultation on oil pollution levies
335Rates and basis of oil pollution levies
336Incurring of levies
337Payment of levies
338Ships not entitled to certificate of clearance until levies paid
339Evidence of nature and change of use
340Offences against this Part
341Recovery of levies
342Interpretation
343Ownership of CLC Ship
344Liability to the Crown and marine agencies for costs of cleaning up pollution
345Liability of shipowners for pollution damage
346Liability for unattributable pollution damage from ships
347Limits of liability of CLC shipowners for oil pollution damage
348Defences to shipowner’s liability for pollution damage
349Reduction of shipowner’s liability for pollution damage where contributory negligence
350Proceedings against third parties in respect of pollution from ships
351Distribution of amounts paid in satisfaction of liability
352Liability of shipowners for damages for pollution damage only under this Act
353Restrictions on enforcement of claims against shipowners
354Ships owned by Convention States
[Repealed]
355Liability to the Crown and marine agencies for costs of cleaning up pollution [Repealed]
356Liability for pollution damage from marine operations and structures [Repealed]
357Liability for unattributable pollution damage from marine structures and operations [Repealed]
358Defences in respect of liability for pollution damage from marine structures and operations [Repealed]
359Reduction of liability of owner of marine structure or person in charge of marine operations where contributory negligence [Repealed]
360Proceedings against third parties in respect of pollution from marine structures or operations [Repealed]
361Time for bringing proceedings
362Part 7 not to affect liability under this Part [Repealed]
363Certain ships to have certificates of insurance
363ACertain ships to have bunker oil certificates of insurance
364Regulated offshore installations to have certificates of insurance [Repealed]
365Production of certificate of insurance
366Rights of third parties against insurers of regulated oil tankers and regulated ships
367Offences
368Application of admiralty jurisdiction
369Reciprocal enforcement of judgments
370Interpretation
371International Oil Pollution Fund to have legal personality
372Compensation from International Oil Pollution Fund for certain pollution damage
373Maximum amount of liability of International Oil Pollution Fund
374International Oil Pollution Fund’s liability for compensation avoided or limited in certain cases
375Several claims for compensation from International Oil Pollution Fund
376International Oil Pollution Fund to indemnify certain shipowners [Repealed]
377International Oil Pollution Fund’s liability to indemnify limited or avoided in certain cases [Repealed]
378Time for bringing proceedings against International Oil Pollution Fund
379Jurisdiction of court in respect of claims against International Oil Pollution Fund
380Notice of proceedings against International Oil Pollution Fund
381Notice to and joining of International Oil Pollution Fund in certain proceedings
382Reciprocal enforcement of judgments against International Oil Pollution Fund
383Rights of subrogation of International Oil Pollution Fund
[Repealed]
384International Oil Pollution Fund as insurer [Repealed]
385Levies on oil imports
385AInterpretation
385BLiability to the Crown and marine agencies for costs of cleaning up pollution
385CLiability for pollution damage from marine structures and operations
385DLiability for unattributable pollution damage from marine structures and operations
385EDefences in respect of liability for pollution damage from marine structures and operations
385FReduction of liability of owner of marine structure or person in charge of marine operations where contributory negligence
385GProceedings against third parties in respect of pollution damage from marine structures or operations
385HRegulated offshore installations to have certificates of insurance
385IProduction of certificate of insurance
385JRights of third parties against insurers of regulated offshore installations
385KOffence
386Marine protection rules to implement international standards
387Marine protection rules relating to marine protection documents
388Marine protection rules in relation to harmful and other substances
389Marine protection rules in relation to waste or other matter
390Marine protection rules in relation to marine oil spills and other matters
390APower of Governor-General to make marine protection rules
391Power of Director to make emergency marine protection rules
392Matters to be taken into account in making marine protection rules
393Further provisions relating to marine protection rules
394Regulations
395Exemptions
396Inspections and audits
397Detention, etc, of ships and seizure of marine protection products
398Costs of detention under section 397
399Failure to comply with Director’s inspection or audit requirements
400Contravention of prohibition or conditions
401Contravention of emergency marine protection rule
402Penalties in respect of section 399
403Penalties in respect of sections 400 and 401
404Obstruction of persons duly authorised by Director
405Failure to maintain accurate records
406Communicating fraudulent, misleading, or false information
407Penalties
408Offences to be punishable on summary conviction [Repealed]
409Additional penalty for offence involving commercial gain
410Liability of principal for acts of agents
411Limitation of proceedings
412Proof of exemption, etc
413Place where offences deemed to be committed
414Presumption as to master of ship
415Offences committed in foreign ports or on high seas by seafarers of New Zealand ships
416Compliance with rules
417Evidence and proof
418Mode of service of summons on master or owner
419Proceedings for offences
420Offence under more than 1 enactment
421Application of fines
422Infringement offences
423Infringement notices
424Rights of appeal
425Procedure
426Decision of Director or harbourmaster to continue in force pending appeal
427Appeal to High Court on question of law
428Further appeal to Court of Appeal
429Maritime New Zealand continued
429AMembership of Authority
430Objective of Authority
431Functions of Authority
432Authority to comply with policy directions [Repealed]
433Authority to have powers of natural person [Repealed]
434Powers of entry in respect of existing works
435Authority to consider delegating or contracting out of functions and powers
436Restriction applying to statement of intent
437Service charter
438Use of words “Maritime Safety Authority” and “Maritime New Zealand”
439Director of Maritime New Zealand
440Acting Director of Maritime New Zealand
441Delegation of Minister’s functions or powers to Authority
442Restriction on delegation of functions and powers by Authority
443Delegation of Director’s functions or powers to employees of Authority
444Delegation of Director’s functions or powers to persons outside Authority
445Regulations for fees and charges
445AText of certain marine protection conventions
446Procedure for making of rules by Minister
446AProcedure for making of rules by Governor-General
447Procedure for making of emergency rules by Director
448Provisions in respect of rules generally
449Notification of emergency rules in certain circumstances
450Other provisions in respect of emergency rules
451Further general provisions in respect of rules
452Incorporation by reference
453General power of entry
454Warrant to inspect dwellinghouse, marae, etc
455Entry in respect of offences
456Duties on exercising power of entry [Repealed]
457Additional powers
458Service of documents
459Recovery of fines, etc, by distress
460Enforcing detention of ships
461Consular officer to be notified of detention of foreign ship
462Cost of detention and inspection to be paid by owner
463Detention in lieu of security for civil claims
464Agents’ contracts of indemnity
465Designation of parties to conventions
466Other enactments not affected
467Provisions of Resource Management Act 1991 not to apply
468Savings relating to Shipping and Seamen Act 1952
469Permits and other documents issued under Marine Pollution Act 1974
470Proceedings under Marine Pollution Act 1974
471No liability for continuing offences after repeal
472Compensation for loss in acting in respect of marine casualties
473Instructions in relation to marine casualties unaffected
474Levies under Marine Pollution Act 1974
475Ships detained under Shipping and Seamen Act 1952 or Marine Pollution Act 1974
476Applications for permits under Marine Pollution Act 1974
477Effect of bylaws on port company operations
478No marine pollution dues
[Repealed]
479Functions of regional councils [Repealed]
480Acts under which consents may be granted
481Repeals and saving
482Oil Pollution Levies Order 1978
483Transitional provisions relating to Maritime Safety Authority of New Zealand
484Transitional provisions relating to Oil Pollution Advisory Committee
485Savings relating to Ministry, etc
Reprint notes

An Act—

(a)

to continue Maritime New Zealand; and

(b)

to enable the implementation of New Zealand’s obligations under international maritime agreements; and

(c)

to ensure that participants in the maritime transport system are responsible for their actions; and

(d)

to consolidate and amend maritime transport law; and

(e)
[Repealed]

(f)

to protect the marine environment; and

(g)

to continue, or enable, the implementation of obligations on New Zealand under various international conventions relating to pollution of the marine environment; and

(h)

to regulate maritime activities in New Zealand and New Zealand waters; and

(i)

to regulate maritime activities and the marine environment in the exclusive economic zone and on the continental shelf as permitted under international law

Title paragraph (a): amended, on 23 October 2013, by section 4(1) of the Maritime Transport Amendment Act 2013 (2013 No 84).

Title paragraph (e): repealed, on 5 May 2003, by section 35(1)(a) of the Health and Safety in Employment Amendment Act 2002 (2002 No 86).

Title paragraph (g): amended, on 23 October 2013, by section 4(2) of the Maritime Transport Amendment Act 2013 (2013 No 84).

Title paragraph (h): inserted, on 23 October 2013, by section 4(3) of the Maritime Transport Amendment Act 2013 (2013 No 84).

Title paragraph (i): inserted, on 23 October 2013, by section 4(3) of the Maritime Transport Amendment Act 2013 (2013 No 84).