In New Zealand we have a framework of Courts and Judicial Tribunals which resolve diputes and deal with all kinds of issues which demand Judicial and Specialist decisions.
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Tribunals are specialist Judicial Bodies which form part of our Court system.
The Ministry of Justice puts out a neat little diagram of our Court and Tribunal structure in New Zealand. Click on to have a look and then return to this page :
. . . Ministry of Justice
This topic gives you all the basic information you need to know about the specialist Judicial Tribunals in New Zealand outside the more well known structure of the Courts below :
- District Court
- High Court
- Court of Appeal
- Privy Council.
We provide you with an immediate link to that part of the Website of the Ministry of Justice dealing with Tribunals.
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The Tribunals Unit provides administrative and registry support services to a range of administrative courts and tribunals which do not form part of the High or District Court jurisdictions. The Tribunals Unit is managed from Wellington with an administrative office in Auckland and support services through the Environment Court Unit in Christchurch.
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