Rangitāne Tū Mai Rā (Wairarapa Tamaki nui-ā-Rua) Claims Settlement Act 2017

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Rangitāne Tū Mai Rā (Wairarapa Tamaki nui-ā-Rua) Claims Settlement Act 2017

Public Act
 
2017 No 38
Date of assent
 
14 August 2017
Commencement
 
see section 2

Contents

1Title
2Commencement
3Purpose
4Provisions to take effect on settlement date
5Act binds the Crown
6Outline
7Summary of historical account, acknowledgements, and apology
8Summary of historical account
9Acknowledgements
10Apology
11Interpretation of Act generally
12Interpretation
13Meaning of Rangitāne o Wairarapa and Rangitāne o Tamaki nui-ā-Rua
14Meaning of historical claims
15Settlement of historical claims final
16Amendment to Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975
17Certain enactments do not apply
18Resumptive memorials to be cancelled
19Rule against perpetuities does not apply
20Access to deed of settlement
21Interpretation
22Issuing, amending, and cancelling protocols
23Protocols subject to rights, functions, and duties
24Enforcement of protocols
25Crown minerals protocol
26Taonga tūturu protocol
27Interpretation
28Statutory acknowledgement by the Crown
29Purposes of statutory acknowledgement
30Relevant consent authorities to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
31Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
32Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
33Recording statutory acknowledgement on statutory plans
34Provision of summary or notice to trustees
35Use of statutory acknowledgement
36Issuing and amending deed of recognition
37Application of statutory acknowledgement and deed of recognition to river or stream
38Exercise of powers and performance of functions and duties
39Rights not affected
40Amendment to Resource Management Act 1991
41Appointment of member to advisory board
42Interpretation
43Declaration of overlay classification and the Crown’s acknowledgement
44Purposes of overlay classification
45Effect of protection principles
46Obligations on New Zealand Conservation Authority and Conservation Boards
47Noting of overlay classification in strategies and plans
48Notification in Gazette
49Actions by Director-General
50Amendment to strategies or plans
51Regulations
52Bylaws
53Effect of overlay classification on overlay areas
54Termination of overlay classification
55Exercise of powers and performance of functions and duties
56Rights not affected
57Interpretation
58Official geographic names
59Publication of official geographic names
60Subsequent alteration of official geographic names
61Interpretation
62Te Taumata property
63Hāmua property
64Kumeti Road property
65Rongokaha property
66Wi Waka property
67Māharahara Peak property
68Matanginui Peak property
69Te Punanga property
70Properties vest subject to or together with interests
71Interests that are not interests in land
72Registration of ownership
73Application of Part 4A of Conservation Act 1987
74Matters to be recorded on computer freehold register
75Application of other enactments
76Minister of Conservation may grant easements
77Names of Crown protected areas discontinued
78Application of other enactments to reserve properties
79Subsequent transfer of reserve land
80Transfer of reserve land to new administering body
81Transfer of reserve land to trustees of existing administering body if trustees change
82Reserve land not to be mortgaged
83Saving of bylaws, etc, in relation to reserve properties
84Vesting and gifting back of Pukaha / Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre Reserve
85Vesting and gifting back of Pukaha / Mount Bruce Scenic Reserve
86Interpretation
87The Crown may transfer properties
88Computer freehold registers for commercial redress properties and deferred selection properties
89Computer freehold register for licensed land
90Authorised person may grant covenant for later creation of computer freehold register
91Application of other enactments
92Licensed land ceases to be Crown forest land
93Trustees are confirmed beneficiaries and licensors of licensed land
94Effect of transfer of licensed land
95Right of access to protected sites
96Right of access over licensed land
97Right of access to be recorded on computer freehold registers
98Interpretation
99Meaning of RFR land
100Restrictions on disposal of RFR land
101Requirements for offer
102Expiry date of offer
103Withdrawal of offer
104Acceptance of offer
105Formation of contract
106Disposal to the Crown or Crown bodies
107Disposal of existing public works to local authorities
108Disposal of reserves to administering bodies
109Disposal in accordance with obligations under enactment or rule of law
110Disposal in accordance with legal or equitable obligations
111Disposal under certain legislation
112Disposal of land held for public works
113Disposal for reserve or conservation purposes
114Disposal for charitable purposes
115Disposal to tenants
116RFR landowner’s obligations subject to other matters
117Notice to LINZ of RFR land with computer register after settlement date
118Notice to trustees of disposal of RFR land to others
119Notice to LINZ of land ceasing to be RFR land
120Notice requirements
121Right of first refusal to be recorded on computer registers for RFR land
122Removal of notifications when land to be transferred or vested
123Removal of notifications when RFR period ends
124Waiver and variation
125Disposal of Crown bodies not affected
126Assignment of rights and obligations under this subpart
Legislative history
Administrative information

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: