Ngati Tama Claims Settlement Act 2003

  • This version was replaced on 29 September 2016 to make corrections to section 11(1)(a)(i)(A) and (C) and clause 1(b) of Schedule 5 under section 25(1)(j)(ii) of the Legislation Act 2012.

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Ngati Tama Claims Settlement Act 2003

Public Act
 
2003 No 126
Date of assent
 
25 November 2003
Commencement
 
see section 2
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 Justice.

Contents

Preamble
1Title
2Commencement
3Purpose
4Act to bind the Crown
5Outline
6Acknowledgements by the Crown
7Apology by the Crown
8Interpretation of Act generally
9Interpretation
10Meaning of Ngati Tama
11Meaning of Ngati Tama historical claims
12Settlement of Ngati Tama historical claims final
[Repealed]
13Jurisdiction of Tribunal to consider claims [Repealed]
14Enactments relating to resumptive memorials do not apply
15Removal of resumptive memorials
16Rule against perpetuities does not apply
17Timing of actions or matter
18Action by Registrar-General
19Computer freehold register for Tongaporutu RFR site
20Authority to issue, amend, or cancel protocols
21Protocols subject to the Crown’s obligations
22Enforceability of protocols
23Limitation of rights
24Noting of DOC protocol
25Noting of fisheries protocol
26Noting of MED protocol
27Interpretation
28Pukearuhe site
29Tongaporutu site
30Whitecliffs site
31Additional Whitecliffs sites
32Uruti site
33Mount Messenger site
34Umukaha Point recreation reserve
35Vesting subject to encumbrances
36Intermediate vesting of certain land in the Crown
37Registration of ownership
38Application of other enactments
39Covenants under Conservation Act 1987
40Covenant under Reserves Act 1977
41Interpretation
42Appointment of members of joint advisory committee
43Constitution of joint advisory committee
44Functions of joint advisory committee
45Advice on Whitecliffs conservation area
46Paraninihi marine reserve
47Consultation
48Meetings of committee
49Vacancy in membership of committee
50Reimbursement of members
51Other costs and expenses of committee
52Discretion preserved
53Statutory acknowledgements by the Crown
54Purposes of statutory acknowledgements
55Consent authorities to have regard to statutory acknowledgements
56Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgements
57Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgements
58Recording statutory acknowledgements on statutory plans
59Distribution of resource consent applications to governance entity
60Use of statutory acknowledgement
61Authorisation to enter into and amend deeds of recognition
62Purpose of deed of recognition
63Termination of deed of recognition
64Crown management
65Statutory acknowledgements in relation to rivers
66Deeds of recognition for rivers
67Crown not precluded from granting other statutory acknowledgement or deed of recognition
68Exercise of powers, duties, and functions not affected
69Rights not affected
70Limitation of rights
71Amendment to Resource Management Act 1991
72Interpretation
73Exercise of powers, duties, and functions
74Rights not affected
75Limitation of rights
76Interpretation
77Consent to holding excess quota
78Interpretation
79Preferential right to purchase authorisations
80Limit on proportion of authorisations able to be purchased
81Governance entity treated as having made tender
82Exercise of powers, duties, and functions
83Rights not affected
84Limitation of rights
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