Supplementary Order Paper No 113

No 113

House of Representatives

Supplementary Order Paper

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Te Hiku Claims Settlement Bill

Proposed amendments

Hon Christopher Finlayson, in Committee, to move the following amendments:

Clause 295

Delete the compare note (page 199, line 27).

Part 7

Replace the Part 7 heading (page 230, lines 24 and 25) with:

Part 7 Governance arrangements and miscellaneous matters

Replace the subpart 1 of Part 7 heading (page 230, line 26) with:

Subpart 1—Arrangements for governance reorganisation

Replace the cross-heading above clause 368 (page 234, line 4) with:

Administrative matters

Replace the subpart 2 of Part 7 heading (page 237, line 7) with:

Subpart 2—Taxation provisions

Clause 578

Delete clause 578(3)(a)(xix) (page 349, line 1).

After clause 578(3)(b)(xviia) (page 349, after line 27), insert:

(xviib)

Wai 1701 (Te Rarawa (Piripi) Claim):

Part 13

Replace the subpart 5 of Part 13 heading (page 440, line 24) with:

Subpart 5—Governance arrangements

Replace the cross-heading above clause 779 (page 443, line 1) with:

Administrative matters

Replace the cross-heading above clause 791 (page 446, line 5) with:

Taxation provisions

Clause 796

In clause 796, definition of Ngāti Kahu Accumulated Rentals Trust or Trust, replace “7 April 2014” (page 448, line 26) with “16 April 2014”.

Schedule 6

In Schedule 6, item relating to Te Rerepari, replace “SO 470081” (page 480, column 2) with “SO 470881”.

Explanatory note

This Supplementary Order Paper deletes a redundant compare note from clause 295 and amends the definition of historical claims in clause 578. It amends the definition of the Ngāti Kahu Accumulated Rentals Trust in clause 796 to correct the date on which the trust deed was executed. It also amends Schedule 6 to correct the legal description of the cultural redress property Te Rerepari. The changes to headings in Part 7 and in Subpart 5 of Part 13 reflect a change in drafting practice.

Departmental disclosure statement

The Office of Treaty Settlements considers that a departmental disclosure statement is not required to be prepared for this Supplementary Order Paper.