Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Act 2019

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Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Act 2019

Public Act
2019 No 79
Date of assent
19 December 2019
see section 2


3Purpose of this Act
4Overview of decisions in making control order
6Meaning of relevant person
7Duty to have regard to specified aspects of evidence relied on
8Meaning of engagement in terrorism-related activities
9Status of examples
10Transitional, savings, and related provisions
11Act binds the Crown
12Power to make
13Required content
14Application required
15Application for interim control order
16Application for final control order
17Requirements that may be imposed
18Limit on requiring relevant person to remain at specified address
19Limit on requiring electronic monitoring
20Limit on requiring relevant person to engage with specified rehabilitative services
21Service of control order
22Information to be served with interim control order made without notice
23Entry to premises to serve control order
24Taking effect
27Variation or discharge
29Expiry if relevant person sentenced to long-term sentence
30General effect of appeals
31Standard of proof
32Offence to breach requirements
33Automatic suppression of identity of relevant person
34Offence to breach automatic suppression of identity
35Returning Offenders (Management and Information) Act 2015
36Additional requirements for decisions that supporting information is not disclosable
37Amendment to Legal Services Act 2011
38Review of Act
Legislative history
Administrative information

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: