Ordinances & by-laws of the Island Councils of the Cook Islands, 1965

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Local laws -- Cook Isl
Other titlesBy-laws of the Island Councils of the Cook Islands
SeriesCommon law abroad -- no. 97-234
ContributionsCook Islands. Legislative Assembly.
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Paginationxxiv, 243 p.
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Zealand or Cook Islands origin, and Statutory Regulations, Rules and Orders in Council made under the Act before 4 August d) Ordinances made before 4 August by the Cook Islands Legislative Assembly, or its predecessor, the Cook Islands Legislative Council, so far as unaffected by subsequent repeals or modifications.

Ordinances - made by the Cook Islands Island Councils with the assent of the Resident Commissioner, ; and Ordinances made by the Cook Islands Legislative Council, later called the Legislative Assembly, which replaced the Island Councils, with the assent of the Resident Commissioner.

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An Act to make better provision with respect to the government and laws of the Cook Islands. Ordinances & by-laws of the Island Councils of the Cook Islands Preamble. on 7 Juneby section 3(1) of the Cook Islands Amendment Act ( No 1).

Section 2(1) 60 Governor in Council may establish other Island Councils. Cook Islands Legislation Indexes. The Cook Islands Legislation: A Finding List as at 1 March - compiled by Professor AH Angelo.

Acts in Force [PDF, MB]. Subsidiary Legislation in Force [PDF, MB]. Chronological Table of Acts 81 Ordinances of former Legislative Council or Legislative Assembly 43 82 The High Court 43 Reprinted as at 4 August Cook Islands Constitution Act Schedule 5.

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83 The Land Court 43 84 The Land Appellate Court 44 and each island of the Cook Islands shall be. This allowed the Cook Islands, with insufficient legal resources in the early post period, to benefit from New Zealand legislation in often complicated areas (see, for example, the Extradition Act (NZ), which was applied, mutatis mutandis, to the Cook Islands under Section 18 of the Act by virtue of Article 46 of the Constitution).

Cook Islands Investment Corporation Amendment Act 9: Ports Authority Amendment Act Airport Authority Amendment Act Cook Islands Development Bank Amendment Act Te Aponga Uira O Tumu-Te-Varovaro Amendment Act Cook Islands Government Property Corporation Amendment Act Cook Islands Natural.

Every Ordinance made by the Legislative Council of the Cook Islands under section 2 of the Cook Islands Amendment Actand in force immediately before Constitution Day, shall be deemed to be an Ordinance of the Legislative Assembly of the Cook Islands made before Constitution Day and shall continue in force as if it were such an Ordinance.

About a year after gaining self-governance inthe country’s first premier Albert Henry introduced an entirely new concept to the Pa Enua – island councils. It was the late Henry’s intention to give the outer islands greater authority to manage their development, such as building produce exports, and for several years trade boomed.

The Constitution of the Cook Islands (NZ) - 4 August Legal system: Constitutional system: incorporating English common law, certain British and New Zealand statutes and customary laws - Constitution is the supreme law.

From untilthe Cook Islands was a dependent territory of New Zealand (NZ). Infollowing to carry into effect and administer the provisions of ordinances and by-laws that may be applicable to the Island; the Island Council has the power to make, revoke or alter by-laws.

order to provide for the Island Council of Aitutaki. Cook County's Resources and Response to Coronavirus (COVID) Search and view the Cook County code of ordinances, or laws, as passed by the County Board of Commissioners.

Adopted ordinances that have not yet been codified, or formally added to the. NOTE: 1) The information regarding Cook Islands on this page is re-published from the World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency and other sources.

No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Cook Islands Government information contained here. (1) Every Ordinance made by the Legislative Council of the Cook Islands under section 2 of the Cook Islands Amendment Actand in force immediately before Constitution Day, shall be deemed to be an Ordinance of the Legislative Assembly of the Cook Islands made before Constitution Day and shall continue in force as if it were such an.

Cook Islands Maori Polynesians closely-related ethnically to the indigenous populations of Tahiti and nearby islands and to the New Zealand Maori (see below).

Inaccording to preliminary census figures, the total population of the Cook Islandscomprising 9, males and 9, females. Of that total, there were. The Public Service Commissioner is appointed by the Queen’s Representative on the advice of the Prime Minister in accordance with Article 73 of the Cook Islands Constitution The Public Service Act (“Act”) and Cook Islands Constitution provides the legal framework for the Public Servi.

The Cook Islands, named after Captain James Cook who landed inbecame a British protectorate in and was later annexed by proclamation in The Cook Islands was first included within the boundaries of New Zealand inand inresidents chose self-government in free association with New Zealand.

4 August, Cook Islands declared a self-governing nation "in free association with New Zealand" 16 December, UN General Assembly endorses self government Her Majesty the Queen (Queen Elizabeth II) - who, to this day remains the official head of state - sent "warmest greetings" to her people on Constitution Day, However, the same book speaks of island councils during earlier periods, as far back as The Cook Islands Initial National Communication under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change says, "A system of local government for Rarotonga was reactivated in with the passage of the Rarotonga Local Government Act.

The first. (1) Every Ordinance made by the Legislative Council of the Cook Islands under section 2 of the Cook Islands Amendment Actand in force immediately before Constitution Day, shall be deemed to be an Ordinance of the Legislative Assembly of the Cook Islands made before Constitution Day and shall continue in force as if it were such an.

The government in Wellington handles most international relations matters for the Cook Islands, although the Cooks have direct arrangements with 30 foreign governments.

For a number of reasons, the Cook Islands might deserve a central role in for your plan for internationalization—particularly for asset protection and estate planning. The Cook Islands (Cook Islands Māori: Kūki 'Āirani) is a self-governing island country in the South Pacific Ocean in free association with New comprises 15 islands whose total land area is square kilometres (93 sq mi).

The Cook Islands' Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) covers 1, square kilometres (, sq mi) of ocean. New Zealand is responsible for the Cook Islands. MFEM is a central agency in the Cook Islands Government responsible for advising the Government on financial and economic issues.

MFEM vision is as follows, “MFEM shall be a competent and professional organisation, inspiring public trust in managing public finances in pursuit of our national development aspirations”.

Maritime Cook Islands PO Box 1st Floor, Browne’s Building Avarua, Rarotonga Cook Islands Phone: + 23 Skype: mcicooks2 Download Maritime Legislation Rules below. The Cook Islands are named after Captain James Cook, who visited the islands in and The Cook Islands became a British protectorate in Bythe islands were annexed as British territory.

Inthe islands were included within the boundaries of the Colony of New Zealand. The Cook Islands contain 15 islands in the group spread over a vast area in the South Pacific. The Cook Islands are 15 small islands scattered over 2 million km squared of the South Pacific.

According to the latest census, the nation has a total population of approximat people. Spread in population between the mainland capital, Rarotonga, and the Outer Islands mean inequality in terms of delivery of public al migration between Rarotonga and the Outer Islands is.

Cook Islands politics, history, leaders. British Residents 20 Sep - 22 Apr Richard Exham (acting) (b. - d. Cook Islands Ministry of Finance. The Cook Islands Statistics Office (CISO) is a government department and the national statistical office (NSO) for the Cook are one of four divisions within the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (MFEM).

Since self-governance was achieved, successive Cook Islands governments have struggled to maintain fiscal balance. In the early s a series of bad investments – including the failed Sheraton resort on Rarotonga’s south coast – left the country almost NZ$ million in debt, representing % of.

You can easily create a map of Cook Islands Councils using Mapline. The Cook Islands is an island country located in the South Pacific Ocean. The country has long been controlled administratively by New Zealand until when it finally became self-governed.

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It is considered to be one of the top-rated tourist islands in the world. View Images in this Collection Browse through images Citing this Collection "Cook Islands, Public Records, " Database with images.

FamilySearch. : 27 November Citing Land and Survey Office, Avarua and the Justice Department, Rarotonga. Often described as the Eden of the Cook Islands, Nassau is home to about 70 people ( Census). It lies 83 km to the south of Pukapuka. Measuring just one square kilometre, it is the only island in the northern Cook Islands without a lagoon.

Access is gained by inter-island boat from Pukapuka. Discover More.Residential Tenancy Law in the Cook Islands is neither pro-landlord nor pro-tenant.

It is pro-bargaining, as the law imposes minimal restraints on the landlord and tenant, but rather gives primacy to the terms of the tenancy agreed upon by the respective parties. The use of written tenancy agreements is common practice in the Cook Islands.