Papawai and Kaikokirikiri Trusts Amendment Bill

About this bill

This bill describes the relationship between Papawai and Kaikokirikiri Trusts Board, the Bishop of Te Upoko o Te Ika, and tangata whenua of Wairarapa. It establishes a more robust nomination process of board members; provides a fairer distribution of funds for tangata whenua of Wairarapa; and facilitates the long-term development of lands.

Current status

Royal Assent given 15 November 2016.
Enacted as the Papawai and Kaikokirikiri Trusts Amendment Act 2016 (2016/3)

Member of Parliament responsible

Alastair Scott

Bill type

Private bill


All data
Bill type Private bill
Parliament 51
Ref 102-2
Introduced 3 December 2015
First reading 2 March 2016
Select Committee Māori Affairs Committee
Public submissions due 14 April 2016
Select Committee report back 1 September 2016
Second reading 21 September 2016
Committee of the whole House 19 October 2016
Third reading 9 November 2016
Royal Assent 15 November 2016
Enacted as Papawai and Kaikokirikiri Trusts Amendment Act 2016 (2016/3)
Divided No

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