This bill replaces the Earthquake Commission Act 1993 and changes the name of the Earthquake Commission to Toka Tū Ake – Natural Hazards Commission. The overarching objectives of the changes are to enable better community recovery from natural hazards, to clarify the role of the Commission and the cover provided by the Bill, and to enhance the durability and flexibility of the legislation.
Passed second reading 15 November 2022, awaiting committee of the whole House
|Bill type||Government bill|
|Introduced||16 March 2022|
|First reading||30 March 2022|
|Select Committee||Finance and Expenditure Committee|
|Public submissions due||13 May 2022|
|Select Committee report back||30 September 2022|
|Second reading||15 November 2022|
|Committee of the whole House||8 December 2022|
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