Waitangi National Trust Board Amendment Bill

About this bill

The bill seeks to address a potential conflict between the constitutional and trusteeship roles of the Governor-General and Ministers as ex officio members of the Waitangi National Trust Board. The bill also provides for the Trust Deed and the Waitangi National Trust Board Act 1932 to provide fixed terms of appointment for Board members.

Current status

Royal Assent given 23 November 2015.
Enacted as the Waitangi National Trust Board Amendment Act 2015 (2015/115)

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill


All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 51
Ref 169-3
Introduced 7 November 2013
Select Committee Māori Affairs Committee
Public submissions due 14 May 2014
Select Committee report back 28 April 2015
Second reading 20 May 2015
Committee of the whole House 21 October 2015
Third reading 19 November 2015
Royal Assent 23 November 2015
Enacted as Waitangi National Trust Board Amendment Act 2015 (2015/115)
Divided No

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