21 Further provisions relating to interim designation

A designation under section 20

(a)

may be made in respect of an entity only once, and therefore may not be made in respect of an entity who—

(i)

is the subject of an earlier designation made under section 20 that has not yet expired or been revoked; or

(ii)

was the subject of a designation under section 20 that has expired or been revoked:

(b)

takes effect on being made, and must be made in writing signed by the Prime Minister:

(c)

must be publicly notified—

(i)

by a notice (in the prescribed form (if any)) indicating that it has been made being published in the Gazette as soon as practicable; and

(ii)

in any other way the Prime Minister directs under section 28(1):

(d)

must also be notified—

(i)

by a notice (in the prescribed form (if any)) indicating that it has been made being given (in the prescribed manner (if any)) with all reasonable speed to the designated entity, if practicable, where that entity or a representative of it is in New Zealand; and

(ii)

by a notice indicating that it has been made being given to any other persons or bodies, as the Prime Minister directs under section 28(2):

(e)

expires on the close of the 30th day after the day on which it is made, unless it has earlier been revoked by the Prime Minister under section 34, or by the making of a final designation in respect of the entity concerned, under section 22:

(f)

operates until it expires or is revoked but, if it is made the subject of any judicial review (whether under the Judicial Review Procedure Act 2016 or otherwise) or other proceedings before a court and is not sooner revoked under section 23(b) or section 34, continues to operate until those proceedings are withdrawn or finally determined.

Section 21(f): amended, on 1 March 2017, by section 24 of the Judicial Review Procedure Act 2016 (2016 No 50).