Procedures and Memoranda for Guidance
4 The Commission and the Department shall administer and pay pensions and arrange and pay for treatment for persons entitled to treatment in accordance with procedures considered necessary or expedient and outlined in Memoranda for Guidance, provided that the method of payment of pensions in Australia shall be the method decided upon by the Commission as appropriate and the method of payment of pensions in New Zealand shall be the method decided upon by the Department as appropriate.
7 The Commission and the Department shall, subject to the next succeeding clause, each reimburse the other the amount of all pensions paid, the cost of all medical examinations made in connection with any pension claim, appeal or review, and the cost of all treatment arranged, on behalf of each other.
Operation of this Arrangement and cancellation of previous Arrangements
10 This Arrangement shall subject to the provisions of Section 119 of the Repatriation Act 1920–1965 of the Commonwealth of Australia come into force on the 1st day of April 1966 and shall remain in force until the expiration of twelve months from the date on which either Party receives from the other Party written notice of his intention to terminate the Arrangement. Immediately upon the coming into force of this Arrangement the Memorandum between the Repatriation Commission and the Minister of Defence of the Dominion of New Zealand and signed by the Chairman of the Repatriation Commission on the eighteenth day of October, One thousand nine hundred and thirty and the Memorandum between the said parties and signed by the Minister of Defence of the Dominion of New Zealand on the fourteenth day of November, One thousand nine hundred and thirty, relating to current arrangements, shall cease to have effect provided that any right, privilege, obligation or liability acquired accrued or incurred under either Memorandum shall subject to this Arrangement continue as if arising under this Arrangement.