Fire and Emergency New Zealand (Levy) Amendment Bill

About this bill

The policy objectives of this bill are to ensure that the insurance-based levy framework for Fire and Emergency New Zealand is simple to implement to minimise disruption and compliance costs, and adheres to the funding principles in section 80 of the principal Act.

Current status

Previously before the Governance and Administration Committee, awaiting second reading

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill


All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 53
Ref 167-2
Introduced 20 September 2022
First reading 27 September 2022
Select Committee Governance and Administration Committee
Public submissions due 25 October 2022
Select Committee report back 12 December 2022
Divided No

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