Parliamentary Service Act 2000

30 Specific powers of Parliamentary Corporation

(1)

For the purpose of performing its functions, the Parliamentary Corporation may do any or all of the following:

(a)

enter into deeds, contracts, or arrangements—

(i)

to purchase, take on lease, sub-lease, licence, or sub-licence any land or buildings or parts of buildings, or to acquire any other interest in land, whether or not subject to a mortgage, charge, lease, easement, or restrictive covenant or other encumbrance:

(ii)

to sell, transfer, assign, or otherwise dispose of any lease, or other interest in land or buildings or parts of buildings, whether or not subject to a mortgage, charge, lease, easement, or restrictive covenant or other encumbrance:

(iii)

to erect, alter, rebuild, or add to any building:

(iv)

to develop or improve any land:

(v)

to instal partitioning in any building or part of a building:

(vi)

to fit out any building or part of a building:

(b)

grant leases, tenancies, sub-leases, licences, or sub-licences over land or buildings or parts of buildings held by the Parliamentary Corporation, and create easements and restrictive covenants over such land or buildings, and accept surrenders or partial surrenders of interests granted by the Corporation:

(c)

incur other obligations relevant to the duties and functions of the Parliamentary Service.

(2)

This section does not limit the generality of section 27.

Compare: 1985 No 128 s 6A