Intelligence and Security Act 2017

  • This version was replaced on 16 October 2017 to make corrections to Schedule 4 under section 25(1)(j)(iii) and (iv) of the Legislation Act 2012.
270 Section 96 replaced (Responsibilities of carrier, and person in charge, of commercial craft before it departs from another country to travel to New Zealand)

Replace section 96 with:

96 Carrier, and person in charge, of commercial craft to provide advance passenger processing information before departure

(1)

This section applies to a carrier, and a person in charge, of a commercial craft if—

(a)

one of the following applies:

(i)

the craft is scheduled to travel to New Zealand in the course of a scheduled international service:

(ii)

it is proposed that the craft travel to New Zealand from another country:

(iii)

the craft is scheduled to travel from New Zealand in the course of a scheduled international service:

(iv)

it is proposed that the craft travel from New Zealand to another country; and

(b)

the chief executive has notified the carrier, or a person in charge, of the craft that the carrier or person in charge of the craft must comply with this section.

(2)

A carrier, or a person in charge, of a commercial craft must—

(a)

obtain from every person who intends to board the craft for the purpose of travelling to, or from, New Zealand the advance passenger processing information prescribed for the purposes of this subsection; and

(b)

provide that information to the chief executive, by means of an approved system, before the departure of the craft to travel to, or from, New Zealand.

(3)

The chief executive may, by notice in writing, in any specified circumstances, exempt a carrier, or person in charge, of a commercial craft from complying with some or all of the requirements under subsection (2).