Thomas Cawthron Trust Amendment Bill

Public submissions for this bill close on Friday 10 February 2023.

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About this bill

The objects of this Private Bill are to articulate the objects of the Cawthron Institute Trust Board and the powers conferred on it to advance those objects, provide for the appointment of a member of the Trust Board nominated by Te Tauihu iwi, specify the legal liability of the members of the Trust Board, and update and modernise the governance arrangements of the Trust Board.

Current status

Passed first reading 07 December 2022, now with the Economic Development, Science and Innovation Committee (currently before committee).
Submissions due 10 February 2023

Member of Parliament responsible

Rachel Boyack

Bill type

Private bill

All data
Bill type Private bill
Parliament 53
Ref 149-1
Introduced 8 November 2022
First reading 7 December 2022
Select Committee Economic Development, Science and Innovation Committee
Public submissions due 10 February 2023
Divided No

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