Tariff (Specified CPTPP Parties) Order 2018

Version as at 29 November 2022

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Tariff (Specified CPTPP Parties) Order 2018

(LI 2018/232)

Patsy Reddy, Governor-General

Order in Council

At Wellington this 12th day of November 2018

Present:
Her Excellency the Governor-General in Council

Note

The Parliamentary Counsel Office has made editorial and format changes to this version using the powers under subpart 2 of Part 3 of the Legislation Act 2019.

Note 4 at the end of this version provides a list of the amendments included in it.

This order is administered by the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment.

This order is made under section 7A(1)(baa) of the Tariff Act 1988 on the advice and with the consent of the Executive Council.

Order

1 Title

This order is the Tariff (Specified CPTPP Parties) Order 2018.

2 Commencement

This order comes into force on 30 December 2018.

3 Specified CPTPP parties

The following countries that are parties to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership done at Santiago, Chile, on 8 March 2018 are declared to be specified CPTPP parties for the purposes of the Tariff Act 1988:

(a)

Australia:

(b)

Canada:

(c)

Japan:

(ca)

Malaysia:

(d)

Mexico:

(da)

Peru:

(e)

Singapore:

(f)

Viet Nam.

Clause 3(ca): inserted, on 29 November 2022, by clause 4 of the Tariff (Specified CPTPP Parties—Malaysia) Amendment Order 2022 (SL 2022/283).

Clause 3(da): inserted, on 19 September 2021, by clause 4 of the Tariff (Specified CPTPP Parties—Peru) Amendment Order 2021 (LI 2021/212).

Clause 3(f): inserted, on 14 January 2019, by clause 4 of the Tariff (Specified CPTPP Parties—Viet Nam) Amendment Order 2018 (LI 2018/264).

Rachel Hayward,
for the Clerk of the Executive Council.

Issued under the authority of the Legislation Act 2019.

Date of notification in Gazette: 15 November 2018.

Notes
1 General

This is a consolidation of the Tariff (Specified CPTPP Parties) Order 2018 that incorporates the amendments made to the legislation so that it shows the law as at its stated date.

2 Legal status

A consolidation is taken to correctly state, as at its stated date, the law enacted or made by the legislation consolidated and by the amendments. This presumption applies unless the contrary is shown.

Section 78 of the Legislation Act 2019 provides that this consolidation, published as an electronic version, is an official version. A printed version of legislation that is produced directly from this official electronic version is also an official version.

3 Editorial and format changes

The Parliamentary Counsel Office makes editorial and format changes to consolidations using the powers under subpart 2 of Part 3 of the Legislation Act 2019. See also PCO editorial conventions for consolidations.