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  1. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    Parental Leave and Employment Protection Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No. 18). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2005-03-24 | Date of entry into force: 2005-04-26 | NZL-2005-L-72040

    Amends the Act, inter alia, by widening the definition of "partner", in the phrase "spouse or partner" and in related contexts, to mean a civil union partner or a de facto partner and "spouse" means husband or wife.

  2. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    Child Support Amendment Act 1994 (No. 74 of 1994)

    Adoption: 1994-07-15 | NZL-1994-L-37667

    Amends sections 34 and 35 of the Child Support Act 1991 relating to circumstances in which custody of 2 or more children is split between 2 liable parents. Inserts a new Part VIA relating to departure from formula assessment of child support. Also provision on unremitted deductions made by employers.

  3. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    Social Security Amendment Act (No. 2) 1993 (No. 45 of 1993)

    Adoption: 1993-06-23 | Date of entry into force: 1993-09-01 | NZL-1993-L-34178

    Provides for rules in respect of domestic purposes benefit for solo parents and forfeiture of benefit during detention in penal institution.

  4. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    Child Support Act 1991 (1991, No. 142). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1991-12-18 | NZL-1991-L-83601

    The Act assess the minimum level of financial support payable by certain parents in respect of their children. Provides for the collection and payment of child support and spousal maintenance payments. Makes transitional arrangements relating to maintenance liabilities under the Social Security Act 1964 and the Family Proceedings Act 1980.

  5. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    Social Security Amendment Act 1987. No. 106.

    Adoption: 1987-06-23 | NZL-1987-L-3827

    Amends the Social Security Act 1964 [LS 1964 - NZ 1 ... 1968 - NZ 2A] in various respects (e.g. abolition of Social Security Commission and transfer of powers to Director-General, condition of residency to receive national superannuation benefit, widow's benefit, domestic purposes (family) benefit, accommodation benefit rates).

  6. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    An Act to amend the Social Security Act 1964. No. 159.

    Adoption: 1985-12-12 | NZL-1985-L-2202

    Various amendments concerning benefits and entitlements thereto.

  7. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    Social Security Amendment Act 1984.

    Adoption: 1984-11-09 | NZL-1984-L-950

    Inter alia, inserts a new part IA: Family care grants.

  8. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    Social Security Amendment Act 1983.

    Adoption: 1983-12-16 | NZL-1983-L-310

  9. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    Social Security Amendment Act 1976.

    Adoption: 1976-11-01 | NZL-1976-L-13882

    Numerous amendment to provisions respecting old-age, disability, family and survivors' benefits.

  10. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    Social Security Amendment Act 1974.

    Adoption: 1974-08-31 | NZL-1974-L-15445

    Miscellaneous amendments respecting family and survivors' benefits.

  11. New Zealand - Workers with family responsibilities - Law, Act

    An Act to amend [Part I, s. 36 and Schedules (family benefits) and Part II (medical and hospital benefits and other related benefits) of] the Social Security Act 1964/2. No. 149.

    Adoption: 1970-12-03 | NZL-1970-L-17727


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