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Contents (1979 - 13)
Coastal Protection Act 1979 No 13
Current version for 30 November 2016 to date (accessed 20 November 2017 at 18:39)
Part 4D Section 55ZG
55ZG   Resolution of disputes under Part 4C and this Part
(1)  If a dispute arises between a council and a Coastal Authority that is a Minister in relation to the exercise of a function under Part 4C or this Part, the Minister may direct the council as to the exercise of the function.
(2)  If a dispute arises between two Coastal Authorities in relation to the exercise of a function under Part 4C or this Part (other than a dispute between a council and a Minister), the dispute may be referred to the Premier for resolution:
(a)  by a party to the dispute, if that party is a Minister, or
(b)  by the Minister responsible for a party to the dispute, if that party is not a Minister.
(3)  The Premier may give directions as the Premier sees fit to resolve the dispute.
(4)  A Coastal Authority is to comply with a direction under this section.
(5)  This section applies to the Chief Executive in the same way as it applies to a Minister.