< Dog Control (Category 1 Offences) Amendment Bill

Dog Control (Category 1 Offences) Amendment Bill

About this bill

This bill seeks to reduce the time it takes for charges under the Dog Control Act 1996 to be heard by allowing category 1 offences to be heard by Justices of the Peace and Community Magistrates.

Vote counts

112 ayes (supporters)
8 noes (opposers)
0 abstentions
0 absent

Vote outcome

Motion agreed to; Bill read a third time.

Member of Parliament responsible

Ian McKelvie


Yes: ACT New Zealand 1 vote

Yes: Labour Party 46 votes

Yes: National Party 55 votes

Yes: New Zealand First 9 votes

Yes: Jami-Lee Ross Independent

No: Green Party 8 votes

All data
Bill Dog Control (Category 1 Offences) Amendment Bill
Parliament 52
Vote date 10 December 2019
Reading 3
Success Yes
Reason A party vote was called for on the question, That the Dog Control (Category 1 Offences) Amendment Bill be now read a third time.
Outcome Bill read a third time.
Vote type Party vote
Hansard status Final
Ayes 112
Noes 8
Abstentions 0
Absent 0

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