Public Records Act 2005

Regulation-making power

63 Regulations

The Governor-General may, by Order in Council, make regulations for all or any of the following purposes:


regulating the transfer of public records from any public office to Archives New Zealand or to an approved repository:


regulating the manner of destruction or other disposal of public records:


regulating the admission of the public to Archives New Zealand and the use by the public of public archives deposited in Archives New Zealand:


providing for the custody and preservation of Ministers’ papers and private records deposited in Archives New Zealand, and prescribing the fees (if any) to be charged for that custody and preservation:


prescribing forms for the purposes of this Act:


providing for matters that are contemplated by this Act or are necessary for its administration or for giving it full effect.