NZSC

AcronymDefinition
NZSCNew Zealand Securities Commission
NZSCNew Zealand Supercomputer Centre
NZSCNew Zealand Safety Council (est. 2002)
NZSCNew Zealand School Certificate (examination)
NZSCNew Zealand Staff Corps
NZSCNew Zealand Society of Cytology
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70) See ibid at 472; Oshlack v Richmond River Council, [1998] HCA 11 at para 48, 193 CLR 72, 152 ALR 83; West Coast ENT Inc v Buller Coal Ltd, [2013] NZSC 133.
97) See R v Vaihu [2010] NZCA 145, [34]; Police v McGrath (No 2) [2012] NZHC 1018, [28]; Wilson v R [2015] NZSC 71, [119],
115) Taunoa v Attorney General [2007] NZSC 70; [2008] 1 NZLR 429, [4].
This immunity has since been extended to court registrars (see Siemer v Attorney General [2014] NZIIC 3175, [127]-[131]) and to judicial breaches of the s 22 right not to be arbitrarily arrested or detained (see Thompson v Attorney-General [2016] NZSC 134).
161) See, eg, Hansen [2007] 3 NZLR 1, [71]-[78] (Blanchard J); Television New Zealand Ltd v Solicitor-General [2008] NZCA 519; [2009] NZFLR 390, [67]-[74]; Commerce Commission v Air New Zealand Limited [2011] NZCA 64; [2011] 2 NZLR 194, [65]-[76]; Attorney General v Reid [2012] NZHC 2119; [2012] 3 NZLR 630, [37]; Mangawhai Ratepayers and Residents Association Incorporated v Kaipara District Council [2015] NZCA 612, affirmed [2016] NZSC 48, [11]-[13].
194) Attorney-General v Zaoui [2005] NZSC 38; [2005] 1 NZLR 577, [90]-[93],
The LENZ level 1 environmental classification, NZSC Soil Order, 1PCC soil-climate class, and the potential vegetation have (in descending order) the strongest influence on the prediction of SOC, whereas the profile readily available water class has precisely zero influence (Fig.
See also Petryszick v R [2010] NZSC 105 at para [2].
Petryszick v R [2010] NZSC 105 at para [2, 32]; R v Taito [2002] 3 NZLR 577 (P.
11) See, Agricultural and Rural Finance Pty Ltd v Gardiner (2008) 251 ALR 322 [35], [163]; see also, Franklins Pty Ltd V Metcash Trading Ltd [2009] NSWCA 407 [306]-[328]; Chartbrook Ltd v Persimmon Homes Ltd [2009] UKHL 38; Vector Gas Ltd V Bay of Plenty Energy Ltd [2010] NZSC 5.
This is, to date, the sole Privy Council decision from New Zealand to be overruled by the Supreme Court; see Couch v Attorney-General (No 2) (on appeal from Hobson v Attorney-General) [2010] NZSC 27, [2010] 3 NZLR 149.
27) Thus it is that the views of 3 Supreme Court Justices in Brooker v Police, [2007] NZSC 30, [2007] 3 NZLR 91 as to the meaning of 'disorderly behaviour' took precedent over the views of no less than 7 other judges who considered the matter on its journey through the court hierarchy.