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  1. New Zealand - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Citizenship Amendment Act 2005 (Act No. 43 of 2005). - Statutes of New Zealand

    Adoption: 2005-04-20 | NZL-2005-L-72004

    Articles
    1. Title
    2. Commencement
    3. Interpretation
    4. Special provisions relating to parentage
    5. Citizenship by birth
    6. Citizenship by descent
    7. New sections substituted
    8. New section substituted
    9. Renunciation of citizenship
    10. Deprivation of New Zealand citizenship in special cases
    11. Deprivation of New Zealand citizenship in case of fraud, etc
    12. Disclosure of citizenship information to certain specified agencies for certain purposes
    13. New section inserted
    14. New section substituted
    15. Schedule 4 amended
    16. Amendments to other Acts

  2. New Zealand - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Families Commission Act 2003 (No. 128 of 2003). - Statutes of New Zealand

    Adoption: 2003-12-17 | Date of entry into force: 2004-07-01 | NZL-2003-L-68230

    Makes provision for establishment, functions and powers of Families Commission. Main function of Commission is to act as advocate for the interests of families in general. This includes to enourage and facilitate informed debate on matters relating to interests of families, and to increase public awareness and promote better understanding of matters relating to interests of families.

  3. New Zealand - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Citizenship Amendment Act 2001 (No. 58).

    Adoption: 2001 | NZL-2001-L-67366

  4. New Zealand - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Citizenship Amendment Act 2000 (No. 9).

    Adoption: 2000 | NZL-2000-L-67365

  5. New Zealand - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Companies Act 1993 (1993 No 105). - Statutes of New Zealand

    Adoption: 1993-09-28 | NZL-1993-L-91130

    An Act to reform the law relating to companies, and, in particular:

    (a) to reaffirm the value of the company as a means of achieving economic and social benefits through the aggregation of capital for productive purposes, the spreading of economic risk, and the taking of business risks; and

    (b) to provide basic and adaptable requirements for the incorporation, organisation, and operation of companies; and

    (c) to define the relationships between companies and their directors, shareholders, and creditors; and

    (d) to encourage efficient and responsible management of companies by allowing directors a wide discretion in matters of business judgment while at the same time providing protection for shareholders and creditors against the abuse of management power; and

    (e) to provide straightforward and fair procedures for realising and distributing the assets of insolvent companies


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