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This bill aims to clarify when lenders are liable under the Consumer Guarantees Act and when they are not. If a trader and lender are not connected as ‘related parties’, then the lender would not be liable under the Consumer Guarantees Act.
The bill repeals or partially repeals 132 Acts that are no longer needed because they no longer have any actual effect, have very limited effect, or are designed to achieve regulatory outcomes that are no longer relevant.
This bill amends various statutes to provide for better information flows between the agencies in relation to personal information (including biometric information) to enable better identity verification of individuals for the purposes of preventing, detecting, investigating, and prosecuting offences
This bill implements the Government response to the Report of the First Independent Review of Intelligence and Security in New Zealand: Intelligence and Security in a Free Society, and replaces the four Acts that currently apply to the GCSB, the NZSIS, and their oversight bodies.