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Digest No. 1912

Regulatory Reform (Repeals) Bill 2010 (2011 No 249-2)

Date of Introduction: 25 November 2010
Portfolio: Regulatory Reform
Select Committee: Commerce
Date report: 26 July 2011
Published: 02 August 2011byJohn McSoriley BA LL.B, Barrister,Legislative AnalystP: (04) 817-9626 (Ext. 9626)F: (04) 817-1250Public enquiries:Parliamentary Information Service: (04 817-9647) Caution: This Digest was prepared to assist consideration of the Bill by members of Parliament. It has no official status.Although every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, it should not be taken as a complete or authoritative guide to the Bill. Other sources should be consulted to determine the subsequent official status of the Bill.

Purpose

The aim of the Bill is to repeal “31 Acts that have been identified as spent, meaning they no longer have any actual effect, or have very limited effect, and are out of date”.

The Bill as introduced is described in Bills Digest No 1822.

Main changes

Regulations to be revoked

The bar-2 Bill consequentially revokes the following regulations (necessary on the repeal, by this Bill, of their parent Acts):

  • Development Finance Corporation of New Zealand Act Commencement Order 1987 (SR 1987/84);

  • Export Guarantee Amendment Act Commencement Order 1990 (SR 1990/141)

  • New Zealand Planning Council Dissolution Act Commencement Order 1991 (SR 1991/228) (inserting New Clause 3A into the Bill; inserting New Schedule 2 to the Bill).

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