Trade in Endangered Species Act 1989

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Trade in Endangered Species Act
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New Zealand Parliament
An Act to further the protection and conservation of endangered species of wild fauna and flora by regulating the export and import of such species and any product derived from those species
Related legislation
Wildlife Act 1953
Status: Current legislation

The Trade in Endangered Species Act is an Act of Parliament that was passed in New Zealand in 1989. It is administered by the Department of Conservation.

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