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5 Matching questions

  1. Fitzgerald v Muldoon 1976
  2. Consumer Guarantees Act 1993
  3. Crimes Act 1961
  4. Disputes Tribunal Act 1988
  5. Families Commission Act 2003
  1. a ⊕ Criminal law was codified in an individual statute
  2. b ⊕ Relied on by individuals when they allege to have been ripped off when buying goods and services
  3. c ⊕ Disputes tribunal set up
    ⊕ Takes pressure of the traditional courts
    ⊕ Different from Britain
  4. d ⊕ Established the families commission
    ⊕ United Future idea that the labour government supported as they need United Future in their coalition to make a majority in the house
  5. e ⊕ Bill of Rights 1688 successfully used as a precedent in this case
    ⊕ Prime Minister Robert Muldoon issued a statement saying that the Superannuation Act 1974 was going to be repealed.
    ⊕ This was not within his powers and was illegal
    ⊕ It breached s1 of the Bill of Rights Act 1688
    ⊕ Parliament are the only body who can repeal legislation
    ⊕ It displayed undemocratic actions of the Prime Minister

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ⊕ Waitangi Tribunal Established
  2. ⊕ The principles of the treaty were defined in the Court of Appeal
    ⊕ Sought legal recognition for Maori
    ⊕ Addressed the place of the treaty within the legal system - State Owned Enterprises Act 1986
  3. ⊕ Openly showed New Zealand taking an independent path with case law
    ⊕ Britain's influence was changing and slowly deminishing
  4. ⊕ Passed under a national government
    ⊕ Free up more Maori land for sale
    ⊕ Maori protested this and the act led to Maori civil rights movements in the 1970's
  5. ⊕ Challenged Prendergasts view in Wi Parata case
    ⊕ J Williamson recognised Maori customary fishing rights and native title - Article 2 of the treaty

5 True/False questions

  1. Act of Supremacy 1534⊕ Criminal law was codified in an individual statute

          

  2. Bill of Rights Act 1688⊕ Passed under a Labour Government
    ⊕ Provided 'cradle to the grave' government support in NZ
    ⊕ Includes the Superannuation benefit, Family benefit and the Unemployment benefit

          

  3. May 1840⊕ Monarchy restored

          

  4. Statute of Westminster 1275⊕ Britain passed this act
    ⊕ The act was able to be adopted by dominions of the Commonwealth and it made the dominions self-governing
    ⊕ New Zealand took 16 years to adopt the statute

          

  5. State Owned Enterprises Act 1986⊕ Passed under a Labour Government
    ⊕ Provided 'cradle to the grave' government support in NZ
    ⊕ Includes the Superannuation benefit, Family benefit and the Unemployment benefit

          

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