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Where and how do business & citizens encounter government in New Zealand? Why?
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Let’s get started….Recall the four main government roles from Lecture Three: Regulatory Allocative Distributive Stabilisation What are the key governmental institutional features of this New Zealand landscape?
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Regulatory
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Where you can find all this legislation? It’s all online, citizens! .
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Areas This is what it looks like…..
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Top 10 Acts searched for: 1. Holidays Act 2003 2. Companies Act 1993 3. Residential Tenancies Act 1986 4. Income Tax Act 2007 5. Employment Relations Act 2000 6. Resource Management Act 1991 7. Crimes Act 1961 8. Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 9. Building Act 2004 10. Privacy Act 1993 What does this tell us for Government, Law and Business?
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Courts: The independent judiciary Hierarchy of courts District Court High Court Court of Appeal Supreme Court
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Specialist Courts Employment Court Environment Court Family Court Maori Land Court Youth Court
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Independent Tribunals, examples Disputes Tribunal (civil cases involving <$15K) Waitangi Tribunal Tenancy Tribunal Human Rights Tribunal Immigration and Protection Tribunal
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One area of relevance to business: Employment/labour market regulation 1.
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