Crown Entities Act 2004

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Crown Entities Act 2004
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New Zealand Parliament
Royal assent21 December 2004
Commenced25 January 2005
Administered byState Services Commission and the Treasury
Status: Current legislation

In New Zealand, the Crown Entities Act 2004 is a statute which provides the framework for the establishment, governance, and operation of Crown entities; and to clarify accountability relationships between Crown entities, their board members, their responsible Ministers on behalf of the Crown, and the House of Representatives.

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