Organ Donors and Related Matters Bill

About this bill

This omnibus bill will enable the implementation of a number of recommendations set out in Increasing Deceased Organ Donation and Transplantation: A national strategy (2017) that are aimed at increasing New Zealand's deceased organ donation and transplantation rates.

Current status

Royal Assent given 16 November 2019.
Enacted as the Organ Donors and Related Matters Act 2019 (2019/65)

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill

All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 52
Ref 117-2
Introduced 13 March 2019
First reading 2 April 2019
Select Committee Health Committee
Public submissions due 16 May 2019
Select Committee report back 16 September 2019
Second reading 5 November 2019
Committee of the whole House 6 November 2019
Third reading 12 November 2019
Royal Assent 16 November 2019
Enacted as Organ Donors and Related Matters Act 2019 (2019/65)
Divided No

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