Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Bill

  • enacted

Hon Andrew Little

Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Bill

Government Bill



3Purpose of this Act
4Overview of decisions in making control order
6Meaning of relevant person
6ADuty to have regard to specified aspects of evidence relied on
7Meaning of engagement in terrorism-related activities
8Status of examples
9Transitional, savings, and related provisions
10Act binds the Crown
11Power to make
12Required content
13Application required
14Application for interim control order
15Application for final control order
16Examples of rRequirements that may be imposed
17Limit on requiring relevant person to remain at specified address
18Limit on requiring electronic monitoring
19Limit on requiring relevant person to engage with specified rehabilitative services
20Service of control order
21Information to be served with interim control order made without notice
22Entry to premises to serve control order
23Taking effect
26Variation or discharge
28Expiry if relevant person sentenced to long-term sentence
29General effect of appeals
30Standard of proof
31Offence to breach requirements
32Automatic suppression of identity of relevant person
33Offence to breach automatic suppression of identity
34Returning Offenders (Management and Information) Act 2015
35Additional requirements for decisions that supporting information is not disclosable
36Amendment to Legal Services Act 2011
37Review of Act
Legislative history

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: