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NEW ZEALAND BILL OF RIGHTS ACT 1990

This site will give you a good working knowledge of this very important Act.

We will give you immediate access to the whole Act.

We will discuss ways that it can help you,  particularly if you are being questioned by the Police.

The New Zealand Bill of Rights Act is an important Act because it sets out in statutory form basic principles of human rights in a clear and easy to understand fashion.

We provide you with a direct link to the whole NEW ZEALAND BILL OF RIGHTS ACT 1990 Act.

 

 

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