Te Atiawa Claims Settlement Bill

  • enacted

Hon Christopher Finlayson

Te Atiawa Claims Settlement Bill

Government Bill

62—3

Contents

Key
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 Te Atiawa
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
21Provisions that have same effect
22Interpretation
23Issuing, amending, and cancelling protocols
24Protocols subject to rights, functions, and duties
25Enforcement of protocols
26Conservation protocol
27Fisheries protocol
28Taonga tūturu protocol
29Interpretation
30Statutory acknowledgement by the Crown
31Purposes of statutory acknowledgement
32Relevant consent authorities to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
33Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
34Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
35Recording statutory acknowledgement on statutory plans
36Provision of summary or notice to trustees
37Use of statutory acknowledgement
38Issuing and amending deeds of recognition
39Application of statutory acknowledgement and deed of recognition to river or stream
40Exercise of powers and performance of functions and duties
41Rights not affected
42Amendment to Resource Management Act 1991
43Interpretation
44Declaration of overlay classification and the Crown’s acknowledgement
45Purposes of overlay classification
46Effect of protection principles
47Obligations on New Zealand Conservation Authority and Conservation Boards
48Noting of overlay classification in strategies and plans
49Notification in Gazette
50Actions by Director-General
51Amendment to strategies or plans
52Regulations
53Bylaws
54Effect of overlay classification on overlay areas
55Termination of overlay classification
56Exercise of powers and performance of functions and duties
57Rights not affected
58Interpretation
59Official geographic names
60Publication of official geographic names
61Subsequent alteration of official geographic names
62Interpretation
63Taumata
64Vesting and alternative description for Taumata in specified circumstances
65Mataora (Round Rock), Motuotamatea (Snapper Rock), and Pararaki (Seagull Rock)
66Motumahanga (Saddleback), Moturoa, Waikaranga (Seal Rocks), and Whareumu (Lion Rock)
67Koruanga / Motukuku and Tokatapu
68Properties vest subject to or together with interests
69Registration of ownership
70Application of Part 4A of Conservation Act 1987
71Matters to be recorded on computer freehold register
72Application of other enactments
73Names of Crown protected areas discontinued
74Subsequent transfer of Ngā Motu
75Interpretation
76Purpose and objectives
77Iwi representation on committee
78Members to act in interests of committee
79Change in committee structure
80Interpretation
81The Crown may transfer properties
82Minister of Conservation may grant easements
83Computer freehold registers for deferred selection properties
84Authorised person may grant covenant for later creation of computer freehold register
85Application of other enactments
86Interpretation
87Meaning of RFR land
88Taranaki Iwi participation under this subpart
89Restrictions on disposal of RFR land
90Requirements for offer
91Expiry date of offer
92Withdrawal of offer
93Acceptance of offer
94Formation of contract
95Disposal to the Crown or Crown bodies
96Disposal of existing public works to local authorities
97Disposal of reserves to administering bodies
98Disposal in accordance with obligations under enactment or rule of law
99Disposal in accordance with legal or equitable obligations
100Disposal under certain legislation
101Disposal of land held for public works
102Disposal for reserve or conservation purposes
103Disposal for charitable purposes
104Disposal to tenants
105RFR landowner’s obligations subject to other matters
106Notice to LINZ of RFR land with computer register after settlement date
107Notice to trustees of offer trusts of disposal of RFR land to others
108Notice to LINZ of land ceasing to be RFR land
109Notice to be given if disposal of non-exclusive RFR land being considered
110Notice requirements
111Right of first refusal to be recorded on computer registers for RFR land
112Removal of notifications when land to be transferred or vested
113Removal of notifications when RFR period ends
114Waiver and variation
115Disposal of Crown bodies not affected
116Assignment of rights and obligations under this subpart
117Waitara endowment land
118Interpretation
119Dissolution of Te Atiawa (Taranaki) Settlements Trust
120Vesting of assets and liabilities of Te Atiawa (Taranaki) Settlements Trust
121Assets and liabilities of relevant subsidiary
121ARecognition of new mandated iwi organisation
121BCertain effects of recognition of new mandated iwi organisation
121CFunctions of Te Ohu Kai Moana Trustee Limited
122Matters not affected by transfer
123Status of existing instruments
124Status of existing securities
125Continuation of proceedings
126Books and documents to remain evidence
127Removal from register of charitable entities
128Other registers
129Transfer of employees
130Protection of terms and conditions of employment
131Continuity of employment
132No compensation for technical redundancy
133Liability of employees and agents
134Final report of Te Atiawa (Taranaki) Settlements Trust
135Application and interpretation
136Taxation in respect of transfer of assets and liabilities of Te Atiawa (Taranaki) Settlements Trust
137Election of trustees of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust to be Māori authority
138Taxation in respect of assets and liabilities of relevant subsidiary
139Election by relevant subsidiary to be Māori authority
Legislative history

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: