Electronic Courts and Tribunals Bill

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Hon Amy Adams

Electronic Courts and Tribunals Bill

Government Bill

178—3E

Contents

Bill note
Key
1Title
2Commencement
471Purpose
473Interpretation
474Act binds the Crown
475Part applies to certain courts and tribunalsApplication
476Permitted documents may be used
477Consent may be inferred from person’s conduct
478Presumption of validity
479Certain documents to be treated as permitted documents
480Requirement for information to be in writing
481Requirement for information to be recorded in writing
482Requirement for information to be given in writing
483Requirement to provide multiple copies of information
484Requirement to provide information in certain form
485Requirement for signatures
486Requirement for signatures of witnesses
487Requirement for seals
488Presumption about reliability of electronic signatures
489Requirement to retain document or information that is in paper-based form
490Requirement to retain information that is in electronic form
491Extra conditions for electronic communications
492Requirement to provide or produce information that is in paper-based form
493Requirement to provide or produce information that is in electronic form
494Requirement to provide access to information that is in paper-based form
495Requirement to provide access to information that is in electronic form
496Requirement relating to content of information
497Copyright in works in permitted documents
498Time of dispatch of permitted documents
499Time of receipt of permitted documents
500Place of filing
501Filing fees payable for permitted documents
502Regulations
503Amendment to Electronic Identity Verification Act 2012
504Amendment to Electronic Transactions Act 2002
504AAmendment to Resource Management Act 1991
505Transitional provisions
Legislative history

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: