Subpart 7—Protocols

107 Interpretation

In this subpart,—

Crown-owned mineral means a mineral (as that term is defined in section 2 of the Crown Minerals Act 1991) that is the property of the Crown under sections 10 and 11 of the Crown Minerals Act 1991 and over which the Crown has jurisdiction under the Continental Shelf Act 1964

protected New Zealand object has the same meaning as in the Protected Objects Act 1975

protocol means a statement in writing, issued by a responsible Minister to Te Uri o Hau governance entity, that sets out—

(a)

how—

(i)

the Department of Conservation will exercise its functions, powers, and duties in relation to specified matters within Te Uri o Hau DOC protocol area:

(ii)

the Ministry of Fisheries will exercise its functions, powers, and duties in relation to specified matters within Te Uri o Hau Fisheries protocol area:

(iii)

the Ministry of Economic Development will exercise its functions, powers, and duties in relation to specified matters within Te Uri o Hau MED protocol area:

(iv)

the Ministry for Culture and Heritage will exercise its functions, powers, and duties in relation to specified matters within Te Uri o Hau protected New Zealand objects protocol area; and

(b)

how—

(i)

the Department of Conservation, the Ministry of Fisheries, or the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, will, on a continuing basis, interact with Te Uri o Hau and provide for the input of Te Uri o Hau into their decision-making processes:

(ii)

the Ministry of Economic Development will, on a continuing basis, consult with Te Uri o Hau and provide for the input of Te Uri o Hau into the decision-making processes of that Ministry

responsible Minister means any of the following Ministers:

(a)

the Minister of Conservation:

(b)

the Minister of Fisheries:

(c)

the Minister of Energy:

(d)

the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage:

(e)

any other Minister of the Crown authorised by the Prime Minister to exercise powers, duties, and functions under this subpart

responsible Ministry means any of the following departments of State:

(a)

the Department of Conservation:

(b)

the Ministry of Fisheries:

(c)

the Ministry of Economic Development:

(d)

the Ministry for Culture and Heritage:

(e)

any other department of State authorised by the Prime Minister to exercise powers, functions, or duties under this subpart

taonga tūturu has the same meaning as in the Protected Objects Act 1975

Te Uri o Hau DOC protocol area has the same meaning as in section 101

Te Uri o Hau Fisheries protocol area means the area shown on the map that is attachment 5.1 to the deed of settlement together with the waters (including foreshore and seabed) of the coastal areas adjacent to the coastal boundary of the area shown on that map—

(a)

within the Kaipara Harbour and Mangawhai Harbour; and

(b)

extending to the outer limit of the Exclusive Economic Zone (as defined in section 2 of the Territorial Sea, Contiguous Zone, and Exclusive Economic Zone Act 1977)

Te Uri o Hau MED protocol area means the area shown on the map that is attachment 5.1 to the deed of settlement together with the waters (including foreshore and seabed) of the coastal areas adjacent to the coastal boundary of the area shown on that map—

(a)

within the Kaipara Harbour and Mangawhai Harbour; and

(b)

extending to the outer limit of the Exclusive Economic Zone (as defined in the Territorial Sea, Contiguous Zone, and Exclusive Economic Zone Act 1977)

Te Uri o Hau protected New Zealand objects protocol area means the area shown on the map that is attachment 5.1 to the deed of settlement together with—

(a)

the Mangawhai Harbour; and

(b)

the Kaipara Harbour and its tributaries; and

(c)

the waters (including the foreshore and seabed) of the coastal areas adjacent to the coastal boundary of the area shown on that map extending to the outer limit of the territorial sea (as defined in the Territorial Sea, Contiguous Zone, and Exclusive Economic Zone Act 1977).

Section 107 antiquity: repealed, on 1 November 2006, by section 35 of the Protected Objects Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 37).

Section 107 artifact: repealed, on 1 November 2006, by section 35 of the Protected Objects Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 37).

Section 107 protected New Zealand object: inserted, on 1 November 2006, by section 35 of the Protected Objects Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 37).

Section 107 protocol paragraph (a)(iv): amended, on 1 November 2006, by section 35 of the Protected Objects Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 37).

Section 107 taonga tūturu: inserted, on 1 November 2006, by section 35 of the Protected Objects Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 37).

Section 107 Te Uri o Hau Antiquities protocol area: repealed, on 1 November 2006, by section 35 of the Protected Objects Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 37).

Section 107 Te Uri o Hau protected New Zealand objects protocol area: inserted, on 1 November 2006, by section 35 of the Protected Objects Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 37).