Disclaimer

Subject to any applicable law which cannot be excluded and to all provisions implied by statute which cannot be excluded, Commercial Fisheries Services has used its best endeavours to ensure the correctness of the information contained and presented herein, and accepts no responsibility for any loss, damage, cost or expense (whether direct or indirect) incurred by you as a result of any error, omission or misrepresentation in any information in this site or our failure to provide this site.

General Terms and Conditions

Conditions for use of this website

By using this site you agree to be bound by the following terms.

Intellectual Property

Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd (FishServe) own all copyright and other intellectual property rights in this website. All rights are reserved. You must not copy, display, modify, reproduce, distribute or use in any other way for commercial or public purposes, any part of this website without FishServe's prior written approval.

Links

Links to other websites are provided for convenience only, and do not represent any endorsement by Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd. Please contact Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd for prior permission if you wish to create a hypertext link to any page on this Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd website. If you create a link to this website you are fully responsible for any consequences of that link, whether direct or indirect and you will protect Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd against all loss, damage, liability, costs or expense arising from or in connection with the link.

Subject to Change

All products and services on this website are subject to change without notice.

Privacy

When you become a registered user of this website, personal information will be collected from you. This information is collected for the management of your account with us. Information we collect about you will not be disclosed to any other party in a form that will identify you, except in the following specific circumstances:

  • Public Register information as required by the New Zealand Fisheries Act 1996. 
  • When you seek to pay by credit card, your credit card details will be sent to Bank of New Zealand.

If you do not provide the information requested when you attempt to register, you cannot become a registered user of this website. You may correct any errors in the information you have provided at any time.

Credit Card Details

Your payment details have the security offered by Paystation Limited, a fully AIS PCI DSS Level 1 Service Provider and Paymark Partner, using 128-bit SSL encryption. Credit Card details will be sent directly to the acquiring institution for processing. No card data is available to or used by FishServe. You will be issued with a receipt number at the end of your transaction.

Any fees required for applications or services are not refundable.

Specific Terms and Conditions

We have specific terms and conditions that apply to use of various services on this website:

  1. FishServe "Kupe" Terms and Conditions
  2. Authorised Personnel Terms and Conditions
  3. ACE Transfer Conditions
  4. Returns Conditions
  5. ERS Amend Conditions
  6. Vessel Registration Conditions
  7. GPR Device Terms and Conditions
  8. Permit Application Conditions
  9. High Seas Permit Application Conditions
  10. Notified User Conditions
  11. Annual Update Conditions
  12. Included Persons Conditions
  13. Contact Persons Conditions
  14. Quota Share / ACE Converter Terms and Conditions
  15. Deemed Value Calculator Terms and Conditions
  16. Reminders Conditions
  17. To do list Conditions
  18. File Upload Conditions
  19. Reports Terms and Conditions
  20. FRED Conditions
  21. Direct Debit Conditions
  22. LFR Registration Conditions
  23. LFR Cancellation Conditions

You must read and accept those terms and conditions before using or registering for any services.

FishServe Kupe Terms and Conditions

Applicant

  1. Before registering or authorising any person to use services provided by or through Commercial Fisheries Services Limited (“CFS”), you must read and agree to the following terms and conditions. For the purposes of these terms, "services" means any service available through or facilitated by CFS or the CFS website, and includes but is not limited to, the ability to update view and retrieve information, file returns and licensed fish receiver returns and register transfers of annual catch entitlements.

General

  1. Any authorised personnel you register with CFS will have signing authority for the purpose of filing paper applications, documents or transactions on your behalf, unless CFS is notified otherwise.
  2. CFS will register all applications for registration in accordance with the rules of priority set out in the Fisheries Act 1996 and regulations.
  3. When you or your authorised personnel are transmitting personal information over the Internet, you should remember that the Internet is not a secure environment. CFS is not responsible for any changes made to information transmitted using its online services after being sent by authorised personnel. CFS is not responsible for any interception or corruption of information in transmission from you to CFS.
  4. All copyright and other intellectual property rights in the CFS website is owned by, or licensed to, CFS. You and your authorised personnel may electronically reproduce and store the site's contents solely for the purposes of viewing the site, or saving its content. However, if you or your authorised personnel want to display or distribute the content or any of the pages of the site in public or in such a way that they will be accessible to the public (including reproduction in any form on the Internet), you must first obtain CFS's written permission. You must not copy, modify, adapt, reproduce or otherwise republish any material in the CFS website, or any of its components or contents, without our prior written permission. Any links either to the CFS website or from the CFS website to other sites must also be first authorised in writing by CFS.
  5. Where you or your authorised user(s) transfer or upload (whether or not using the CFS website) to CFS material that relates or belongs to another person, you (or, as applicable, your authorised user(s)) must obtain all necessary consents and authorisations from that person to use and transfer the material prior to the transfer. You (and your authorised users) must not transfer to CFS any material that infringes any third party intellectual property rights.
  6. Access to CFS services is restricted to authorised users only. Unauthorised users may be subject to criminal or civil prosecution under the laws of New Zealand or under the laws of the country from which unauthorised access took place.

User names and passwords

  1. CFS may provide your authorised personnel with an email, setting out a link to enable the authorised personnel to set up their account to use CFS services. They will be required to set up a user name, password and security question answers. They are also required to accept the Terms and Conditions of use of the CFS website.
  2. CFS has authority to act on any instructions given through a user name account registered with CFS either by you or any of your authorised personnel.
  3. Anyone using a valid user name and password combination will be permitted to perform online transactions in the names(s) of your authorised personnel, whether they are authorised by you to do so or not. CFS will have no obligation, or take any further steps, to verify any instruction received from you or appearing to be sent by you.
  4. If you believe for any reason that your any of the user names and/or passwords of your authorised personnel could be known by anyone else, or if you discover any unauthorised use of these usernames and/or passwords, you must immediately (time being of the essence) notify CFS. If you wish to withdraw the authorisation from the authorised person specified on this form, please notify CFS immediately.

Indemnity and exclusion of liability

  1. You agree to indemnify CFS against any cost (including any legal or court cost), or any debt, damages or any other liability whatsoever imposed by a court and any sum paid, or agreed to be paid, by way of settlement of any difference, dispute or litigation, including any arbitration, incurred by CFS, or its parent company, Seafood New Zealand Limited, by reason, or as a consequence, of any unauthorised use or of any misuse of online services, unless the Fisheries Act 1996 expressly provides that such indemnity is illegal or otherwise void.
  2. Except as expressly provided by the Fisheries Act 1996 or otherwise under Law, CFS will not be responsible or liable for:
    1. any direct or indirect loss or damage resulting from your use or inability to access the CFS website at any time, or any failure or delay in providing service via the Internet, whether caused by CFS or not;
    2. any use of the CFS website by any person using, or purporting to use, the website or the services on your behalf, whether or not that person has been authorised by you to do so;
    3. any costs, losses or any other liabilities resulting from faults in, or a malfunction of, any software data or equipment (including telecommunications equipment) which supports or is used in conjunction with the service, regardless of whether that equipment is the property of CFS or is used by CFS to provide online services;
    4. any costs, direct or indirect losses or damage or other liabilities due to CFS's decision to withdraw online services whether for a period of time or permanently, including the closure of a register for online access or for online applications for registration; or
    5. any inability of yours to meet reporting obligations under the Fisheries Act 1996 and/or its regulations, whether or not due to:
      1. any inability to use or access the CFS website at any time, or any failure or delay in providing service via the internet, whether caused by CFS or not; or
      2. faults in, or a malfunction of, any equipment (including telecommunications equipment) which supports the Internet service, regardless of whether that equipment is the property of CFS or is used by CFS to provide online services.
  1. As far as permitted by law, CFS excludes all express and implied warranties about the accuracy, completeness and fitness for any particular purpose of the information and material provided on the CFS website or through the services.

Access requirements

  1. You and/or your authorised personnel are responsible for having or obtaining a computer with Internet access. Any charges relating to that computer or Internet Service provider are also your responsibility.
  2. Upon reasonable notice we may suspend or withdraw your or your authorised personnel’s access to online services. We can also suspend or cancel your access to services without prior notice for any reason, including but not limited to:
    1. death
    2. any breach of these terms and conditions
    3. any outstanding debt
    4. any other reasonable grounds.
  3. You must initiate appropriate internal controls to minimise the risks of fraud being committed through use of your user account with CFS.
  4. You or your authorised personnel must supply CFS with a valid e-mail address in order to utilise CFS services. It is your responsibility to inform CFS of any changes to an e-mail supplied to CFS for services. CFS is not responsible for any loss or damage arising from notifications being sent to an e-mail address noted in CFS' records as being valid, and which is no longer current or correct.

Miscellaneous

  1. CFS may vary these terms and conditions at any time by giving reasonable notice of the variation, including by posting the updated terms and conditions on CFS’s website and/or by notifying you by email. You will be deemed to have accepted the updated terms and conditions by continuing to use any CFS service.
  2. The law that applies to all your dealings with CFS is New Zealand law. You submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the New Zealand courts for the purpose of hearing and determining any disputes or proceedings arising out of these terms and conditions or your involvement with CFS.

FishServe Terms of Use:  Authorised Personnel

  1. These terms of use apply to all use of the services provided by or through Commercial Fisheries Services Limited (“CFS”). For the purposes of these terms, "services" means any service available through or facilitated by CFS or the CFS website, and includes but is not limited to, the ability to update view and retrieve information, file returns and licensed fish receiver returns and register transfers of annual catch entitlements.

General

  1. When you are transmitting personal information over the Internet, you should remember that the Internet is not a secure environment. CFS is not responsible for any changes made to information transmitted using its online services after being sent by authorised personnel. CFS is not responsible for any interception or corruption of information in transmission from you to CFS.
  2. All copyright and other intellectual property rights in the CFS website is owned by, or licensed to, CFS. You may electronically reproduce and store the site's contents solely for the purposes of viewing the site, or saving its content. However, if you want to display or distribute the content or any of the pages of the site in public or in such a way that they will be accessible to the public (including reproduction in any form on the Internet), you must first obtain CFS's written permission. You must not copy, modify, adapt, reproduce or otherwise republish any material in the CFS website, or any of its components or contents, without our prior written permission. Any links either to the CFS website or from the CFS website to other sites must also be first authorised in writing by CFS.
  3. Where you transfer or upload (whether or not using the CFS website) to CFS material that relates or belongs to another person, you must obtain all necessary consents and authorisations from that person to use and transfer the material prior to the transfer. You must not transfer to CFS any material that infringes any third party intellectual property rights.
  4. Access to CFS services is restricted to authorised personnel only. Unauthorised personnel may be subject to criminal or civil prosecution under the laws of New Zealand or under the laws of the country from which unauthorised access took place.

User names and passwords

  1. To access the CFS website and services, you must provide a user name, password and security question answers.
    The password you choose must meet the following requirements:

Not contain easily guessable words or phrases.

AND either

  • Contains at least ten characters in length and meets 3 of the following 4 requirements
    • Contain at least one upper case letter
    • Contain at least one lower case letter
    • Contain at least one number
    • Contain at least one special character

Or

  • A passphrase at least 16 characters

This will be your own confidential user name and password to access the system. The user name and password should not be written down, or kept on any computer file without adequate security protection to prevent unauthorised use. You must ensure that your user name and password is not revealed to any other person.

  1. The password must not relate to any known personal information about you e.g. birthday, address, PO Box or telephone number, or include obvious or sequential numbers such as 12345.
  2. CFS recommends that for your own protection and security you ensure the password is changed from time to time.
  3. CFS has authority to act on any instructions given through a user account registered with CFS by you.
  4. Anyone using a valid user name and password combination will be permitted to perform online transactions in your name, whether they are authorised by you to do so or not. CFS will have no obligation, or take any further steps, to verify any instruction received from you or appearing to be sent by you.
  5. If you believe for any reason that your user name or password could be known by anyone else, or if you discover any unauthorised use of your user name and/or password, you must change your password immediately (time being of the essence) notify CFS.

Indemnity and exclusion of liability

  1. You agree to indemnify CFS against any cost (including any legal or court cost), or any debt, damages or any other liability whatsoever imposed by a court and any sum paid, or agreed to be paid, by way of settlement of any difference, dispute or litigation, including any arbitration, incurred by CFS, or its parent company, Seafood New Zealand Limited, by reason, or as a consequence, of any unauthorised use or of any misuse of online services and/or the CFS website, unless the Fisheries Act 1996 expressly provides that such indemnity is illegal or otherwise void.
  2. Except as expressly provided by the Fisheries Act 1996, CFS will not be responsible or liable for:
    1. any direct or indirect loss or damage resulting from your use or inability to access the CFS website at any time, or any failure or delay in providing service via the Internet, whether caused by CFS or not;
    2. any use of the CFS website by any person using, or purporting to use, the website or the services on your behalf, whether or not that person has been authorised by you to do so;
    3. any costs, losses or any other liabilities resulting from faults in, or a malfunction of, any software data or equipment (including telecommunications equipment) which supports or is used in conjunction with the service, regardless of whether that equipment is the property of CFS or is used by CFS to provide online services;
    4. any costs, direct or indirect losses or damage or other liabilities due to CFS's decision to withdraw online services whether for a period of time or permanently, including the closure of a register for online access or for online applications for registration; or
    5. any inability of yours to meet reporting obligations under the Fisheries Act 1996 and/or its regulations, whether or not due to:
      1. any inability to use or access the CFS website at any time, or any failure or delay in providing service via the internet, whether caused by CFS or not; or
      2. faults in, or a malfunction of, any equipment (including telecommunications equipment) which supports the Internet service, regardless of whether that equipment is the property of CFS or is used by CFS to provide online services.
  1. As far as permitted by law, CFS excludes all express and implied warranties about the accuracy, completeness and fitness for any particular purpose of the information and material provided on the CFS website or through the services.

Access requirements

  1. You are responsible for having or obtaining a computer with Internet access. Any charges relating to that computer or Internet Service provider are also your responsibility.
  2. Upon reasonable notice we may suspend or withdraw your access to online services. We can also suspend or cancel your access to the services without prior notice for any reason, including but not limited to:
    1. death
    2. any breach of these terms and conditions
    3. any other reasonable grounds.
  3. You must also initiate appropriate internal controls to minimise the risks of fraud being committed through use of your user account with CFS.
  4. You must supply CFS with a valid e-mail address in order to utilise CFS services. It is your responsibility to inform CFS of any changes to an e-mail supplied to CFS for services. CFS is not responsible for any loss or damage arising from notifications being sent to an e-mail address noted in CFS' records as being valid, and which is no longer current or correct.

Miscellaneous

  1. CFS may use cookies in connection with the CFS website.
    1. Cookies are small blocks of text stored on your device. They may be used for security, to help CFS recognise you (or rather, your internet browser), to provide you with personalised features and for tracking traffic through the website.  Cookies cannot read your hard drive or command your device to perform any action.  Any information CFS collects and share with third parties through cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous.
    2. You can prevent new cookies from being installed and delete existing cookies, with the procedures to do so depending on the internet browser you are using. You may be unable to make full use of the CFS website unless you accept cookies. 
  2. CFS may vary these terms and conditions at any time by giving reasonable notice of the variation, including by posting the updated terms and conditions on CFS’s website and/or by notifying you by email. You will be deemed to have accepted the updated terms and conditions by continuing to use any CFS service.
  3. The law that applies to all your dealings with CFS is New Zealand law. You submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the New Zealand courts for the purpose of hearing and determining any disputes or proceedings arising out of these terms and conditions or your involvement with CFS.
  4. CFS’s failure or delay in exercising or enforcing any right or provision of these terms will not operate as a waiver. A finding that any provision of these terms is invalid or unenforceable will not affect any other part of these terms. You cannot assign your rights under these terms to any third party, except with CFS’s prior written consent.

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ACE Transfer Application Conditions

Transferor Declaration

  • The information I have given on this application is true and correct.
  • I am authorised to complete this form and make this declaration.
  • I am aware it is an offence to provide false or misleading information or omit any material information.
  • I have read and understood the Collection of Personal Information details supplied below.
  • I acknowledge that any fees required are application fees and are not refundable.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on this form that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993, of the following matters.

  • This information is being collected for purposes relating to the management of fisheries resources in accordance with the Fisheries Act 1996 and regulations made pursuant to the Act.
  • The agency that will collect the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, PO Box 297, Wellington) and the Ministry for Primary Industries. Personal information will also be recorded on publicly available registers. The provision of this information is mandatory for the transfer of ACE.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries Act 1996 to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information. Penalties are set out in Fisheries Act 1996.
  • You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided.
  • You may apply to FishServe to prevent the display of your personal address on registers kept under the Fisheries Act 1996 where you consider that disclosure would be prejudicial to your personal safety or to the safety of your family.

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Returns Conditions

Declaration

  • I declare that the information I have given on this form is correct and complete to the best of my knowledge.
  • I understand it is an offence to fail to complete this return or supply false information or make any material omission.
  • I have read and understand the details on the Privacy Act 1993 supplied below.
  • I declare I am authorized to supply this information.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on returns that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993, to individuals of the following matters.

  • This information is being collected for the purposes relating to the conservation and management of fisheries and fisheries resources within New Zealand and New Zealand fisheries waters and for the administration and enforcement of the Fisheries Act 1996 and regulations made pursuant to this Act.
  • The recipient of this information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd) and the Ministry for Primary Industries.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, PO Box 297, Wellington).
  • This information is mandatory under the Fisheries Act 1996 and the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries Act 1996 and the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017 to neglect or refuse to supply the information required, and to fail to complete and furnish any of the required information, and to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information. Penalties are set out in the Fisheries Act 1996 and the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017.
  • You are reminded under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information, which has been provided.

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ERS Amend Conditions

Declaration

  • I declare that the information I have given on this form is correct and complete to the best of my knowledge.
  • I understand it is an offence to fail to complete this return or supply false information or make any material omission.
  • I have read and understand the details on the Privacy Act 1993 supplied below.
  • I declare I am authorized to supply this information.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on returns that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993, to individuals of the following matters.

  • This information is being collected for the purposes relating to the conservation and management of fisheries and fisheries resources within New Zealand and New Zealand fisheries waters and for the administration and enforcement of the Fisheries Act 1996 and regulations made pursuant to this Act.
  • The recipient of this information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd) and the Ministry for Primary Industries.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, PO Box 297, Wellington).
  • This information is mandatory under the Fisheries Act 1996 and the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries Act 1996 and the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017 to neglect or refuse to supply the information required, and to fail to complete and furnish any of the required information, and to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information. Penalties are set out in the Fisheries Act 1996 and the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017.
  • You are reminded under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information, which has been provided.

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Vessel Registration Application Conditions

Declaration

  • I declare that the information I have given on this application is true and correct.
  • I declare I am authorised to provide this information and make this declaration.
  • I declare that the vessel specifications and details previously provided about this vessel have not changed, or if they have, I have made the appropriate changes.
  • I am aware that it is an offence to knowingly provide false or misleading information or omit any material information.
  • I understand I am required to notify FishServe if there are any changes in the particulars I have provided in this application.
  • I have read and understand the Collection of Personal Information details supplied below.
  • I acknowledge that any fees required are application fees and are not refundable.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on this application that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993, of the following matters.

  • This information is being collected for purposes relating to the management of fisheries resources in accordance with the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, PO Box 297, Wellington). Personal information will also be recorded on publicly available registers.
  • The provision of this information is mandatory under the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries Act 1996 to neglect or refuse to supply the information required, and to fail to complete and furnish any of the required information, and to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information. Penalties are set out in the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided to FishServe.
  • You may apply to FishServe to prevent the display of your address on registers kept under the Fisheries Act 1996 where you consider that disclosure would be prejudicial to your personal safety or to the safety of your family.

Definition of Overseas Person

An "overseas person" under the Fisheries Act 1996 is defined by section 7 of the Overseas Investment Act 2005. You should check the detail of the provisions of that Act, or consult with your solicitor if you have any doubt about your status, however in summary, a person is an overseas person if they themselves are overseas persons (for example, not a New Zealand citizen or resident or, for companies, incorporated overseas) or they are 25% (or more) owned or controlled by an overseas person or persons.

Definition of Prohibited Person

Is the applicant currently prohibited by court order from any of the following?

  • Holding any licence, approval, permission or fishing permit obtained under the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • Engaging in fishing or any activity associated with the taking of fish, aquatic life or seaweed.
  • Deriving any beneficial income from activities associated with the taking of fish, aquatic life or seaweed.

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GPR Device Terms and Conditions

Declaration

  • I declare that the information I have given on this application is true and correct.
  • I declare I am authorised to provide this information and make this declaration.
  • I am aware that it is an offence to knowingly provide false or misleading information or omit any material information.
  • I understand I am required to notify FishServe if there are any changes in the particulars I have provided in this application.
  • I have read and understand the Collection of Personal Information details supplied below.
  • I acknowledge that any fees required are application fees and are not refundable.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on this application that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993, of the following matters.

  • This information is being collected for purposes relating to the management of fisheries resources in accordance with the Fisheries Act 1996 and regulations made pursuant to the Act.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, PO Box 297, Wellington). Personal information will also be recorded on publicly available registers.
  • The provision of this information is mandatory under the Fisheries (Geospatial Position Reporting) Regulations 2017.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries (Geospatial Position Reporting) Regulations 2017 to neglect or refuse to supply the information required, and to fail to complete and furnish any of the required information, and to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information. Penalties are set out in the Fisheries (Geospatial Position Reporting) Regulations 2017.
  • You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided to FishServe.

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Permit Application Conditions

Declaration

  • I declare that the information I have given on this application is true and correct.
  • I declare I am authorised to provide this information and make this declaration.
  • If this application is for the re-issue of a fishing permit it is on the same conditions as my/our previous fishing permit.
  • I am aware that it is an offence to knowingly provide false or misleading information or omit any material information.
  • I understand I am required to notify FishServe if there are any changes in the particulars I have provided in this application.
  • I have read and understand Collection of Personal Information details supplied below.
  • I acknowledge that any fees required are application fees and are not refundable.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on this application that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993, of the following matters.

  • This information is being collected for purposes relating to the management of fisheries resources in accordance with the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, PO Box 297, Wellington). Personal information will also be recorded on publicly available registers.
  • The provision of this information is mandatory under the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries Act 1996 to neglect or refuse to supply the information required, and to fail to complete and furnish any of the required information, or to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information.
  • Penalties are set out in the Fisheries Act 1996. You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided to FishServe.
  • You may apply to FishServe to prevent the display of your address on registers kept under the Fisheries Act 1996 where you consider that disclosure would be prejudicial to your personal safety or to the safety of your family.

Prohibited Person

Is the applicant currently prohibited by court order from any of the following?

  • Holding any licence, approval, permission or fishing permit obtained under the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • Engaging in fishing or any activity associated with the taking of fish, aquatic life or seaweed.
  • Deriving any beneficial income from activities associated with the taking of fish, aquatic life or seaweed.

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High Seas Permit Application Terms and Conditions

Declaration

  • The information I have given on this application is true and correct.
  • I am authorized to provide this information and make this declaration.
  • I am aware it is an offence to knowingly provide false or misleading information or omit any material information to obtain a benefit under the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • I understand the applicant is required to notify FishServe if there are any changes in the particulars I have provided in this application form.
  • I have read and understood the “Collection of Personal Information” details supplied with this form.
  • I acknowledge that any fees required are application fees and are not refundable.

It is an offence under section 230 of the Fisheries Act 1996 to neglect or refuse to supply information required or make any false or misleading statement or material omission on this application form.

If the Director-General is satisfied that a high seas permit has been issued on the basis of false or misleading information, the Director-General may amend or revoke that permit under section 113N or 305A of the Fisheries Act 1996.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected (information identifying or capable of identifying an individual person), notification is provided, pursuant to Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993, to individuals of the following matters:

  • This information is being collected pursuant to section 113H of the Fisheries Act 1996.  All relevant sections must be completed before your application can be processed.
  • The information is being collected for purposes relating to the management and conservation of fisheries and fisheries resources in New Zealand’s fisheries waters, in the national jurisdictions of other states, and on the high seas. 
  • The information is being collected for the administration and enforcement of the Fisheries Act 1996; the Territorial Sea, Contiguous Zone, and Exclusive Economic Zone Act 1977 and the regulations made pursuant to those Acts.
  • The recipient of this information will be FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd) and the Ministry for Primary Industries.  The information will be collected and held by FishServe, PO Box 297, Wellington, 6140, New Zealand.
  • Personal information will also be recorded on publicly available registers.
  • You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided.
  • You may apply to FishServe to prevent the display of your personal address on registers kept under the Fisheries Act 1996 where you consider that disclosure would be prejudicial to your personal safety or to the safety of your family.
  • The provision of this information is mandatory under the Fisheries Act 1996.

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Notified User Conditions

Declaration – by notified user and operator

  • The information I have given on this application is true and correct.
  • I am authorized to provide this information and make this declaration.
  • I am aware it is an offence to provide false or misleading information or omit any material information.
  • I understand the applicant is required to notify FishServe if there are any changes in the particulars I have provided in this application.
  • I have read and understood the Collection of Personal Information details supplied below.
  • I acknowledge that any fees required are application fees and are not refundable.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on this form that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993 of the following matters:

  • The information is being collected for purposes relating to the management of fisheries resources in accordance with the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, P O Box 297, Wellington, 6140). Personal information will also be recorded on publicly available registers.
  • The provision of this information is mandatory under the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries Act 1996 to neglect or refuse to supply the information required, and to fail to complete and furnish any of the required information, and to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information. Penalties are set out in the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided.
  • You may apply to FishServe to prevent the display of your personal address on registers kept under the Fisheries Act 1996 where you consider that disclosure would be prejudicial to your personal safety or to the safety of your family.

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Annual Update Conditions

Declaration

  • I am not currently prohibited by court order from any of the following:
    1. Holding any licence, approval, permission or fishing permit obtained under the Fisheries Act 1996.
    2. Engaging in fishing or activity associated with the taking of fish, aquatic life or seaweed.
    3. Deriving any beneficial income from activities associated with the taking of fish, aquatic life or seaweed.
  • The information I have given on this form is true, complete and correct.
  • I am authorised to provide this information and make this declaration.
  • I have informed the persons listed in the included persons sections that I have declared them as included with me for the purposes of the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • I am aware it is an offence to knowingly provide false or misleading information or omit any material information to obtain a benefit under the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • I understand I am required to notify FishServe if there are any changes in the particulars I have provided in this application.
  • I have read and understood the details on the Privacy Act 1993 supplied with this form.
  • I agree that Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd (trading as FishServe) is entitled to recover from me all costs, commissions, legal fees or otherwise, incurred in the recovery of any monies, goods or services that may be outstanding from me from time to time.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on this form that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993 of the following matters:

  • The information is being collected for purposes relating to the management of fisheries resources in accordance with the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, PO Box 297, Wellington) and the Ministry for Primary Industries.
  • Some personal information will also be recorded on publicly available registers.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries Act 1996 to neglect or refuse to supply the information required, and to fail to complete and furnish any of the required information, and to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information. Penalties are set out in the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided. Providing your email address is optional. However, please note that if you provide your email address, it will form part of a public register under the Fisheries Act 1996, which is available on the Internet upon payment of a prescribed fee.

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Included Persons Conditions

Declaration

  • I have informed the persons listed on this form that I have declared them as included with me for the purposes of the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • I understand that the information on this declaration will be used to administer sections 59,60,61,78,79 and 255 of the Fisheries Act 1996, which may result in the forfeiture of quota of an included person, or suspension or prohibition of a permit of an included person.
  • The information I have given on this application is true and correct in all respects.
  • I understand I am required to notify FishServe if there are any changes in the particulars I have provided in this application.
  • I am aware that it is an offence to knowingly provide false or misleading information or omit any material information to obtain a benefit under the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • I have read and understood the Collection of Personal Information details supplied below.

Definitions

Relationships for the purposes of administering Aggregation Limits in accordance with sections 59, 60(4) and 61 of the Fisheries Act 1996.

For the purposes of sections 59, 60(4) and 61, the term person, in relation to a particular person includes:

  • any person who is in partnership with the person.
  • any person who is a director or employee of any company of which the person is a director or employee.
  • any person who is a relative of the person as defined in paragraph (a) of the definition of that term in section OB 1 of the Income Tax Act 1994.
  • any person who would be an associated person under the test provided in section OD 7 of the Income Tax Act 1994, except that subparagraph (a)(v) of the definition of market value circumstance in section OB 1 of that Act does not apply.
  • any beneficiary or trustee of any trust of which the person is a trustee or beneficiary.

Note that for the purposes of these sections Te Ohu Kai Moana Trustee Limited is not regarded as being included with any other person.

Relationships for the purposes of administering Prohibitions and Suspensions of Permits in accordance with sections 78 and 79 of the Fisheries Act 1996 .

For the purposes of sections 78 and 79 a person or entity is to be treated as a person included with the commercial fisher if the person or entity is:

  • a subsidiary of the commercial fisher within the meaning of section 5 of the Companies Act 1993;
  • a company of which the commercial fisher is a subsidiary within the meaning of section 5 of the Companies Act 1993; or
  • a partnership or unincorporated joint venture that would be a subsidiary of the commercial fisher, or of which the commercial fisher would be a subsidiary, if the partnership or joint venture were incorporated as a company with shareholdings corresponding to the interests, including returns, of the partners in the partnership or participants in the joint venture.

Note that for the purposes of these sections Te Ohu Kai Moana Trustee Limited is not regarded as being included with any other person.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on this application that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993 of the following matters:

  • This information is being collected for purposes relating to the management of fisheries resources in accordance with the Fisheries Act 1996 and regulations made pursuant to the Act.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, PO Box 297, Wellington). Personal information will also be recorded on publicly available registers.
  • The provision of this information is mandatory under the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries Act 1996 and the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017 to neglect or refuse to supply the information required, and to fail to complete and furnish any of the required information, and to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information. Penalties are set out in the Fisheries Act 1996 and in the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017.
  • You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided.

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Contact Persons Conditions

Declaration

  • The information I have given on this application is true and correct.
  • I am authorised to provide this information and make this declaration.
  • I am aware it is an offence to provide false or misleading information or omit any material information.
  • I understand the applicant is required to notify FishServe if there are any changes in the particulars I have provided in this application form.
  • I have read and understood the Collection of Personal Information details supplied below.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on this application that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993 of the following matters:

  • This information is being collected for purposes relating to the management of fisheries resources in accordance with the Fisheries Act 1996 and regulations made pursuant to the Act.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, PO Box 297, Wellington). Personal information will also be recorded on publicly available registers.
  • The provision of this information is mandatory under the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries Act 1996 and the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017 to neglect or refuse to supply the information required, and to fail to complete and furnish any of the required information, and to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information. Penalties are set out in the Fisheries Act 1996 and in the Fisheries (Reporting) Regulations 2017.
  • You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided.

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Quota Share / ACE Converter Conditions

This Quota Share / ACE Converter is provided for general information purposes only. The results from this calculator do not replace the formal calculations performed by Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd (CFS) under the Fisheries Act 1996.

While every effort has been made to ensure that the results from this Quota Share / ACE Converter and the QWEs for each stock are correct and accurate, this calculator is provided without warranties of any kind. You make use of the Quota Share / ACE Converter at your own risk and CFS accepts no liability for any claims arising from use of this Quota Share / ACE Converter.

Use of this calculator is also subject to the general terms and conditions for the use of this website.

This Quota Share / ACE Converter does not round its results and the results may contain decimal places. Any formal calculations by CFS will apply rounding rules. Please also note that ACE may only be transferred in whole kilograms.

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Deemed Value Calculator Conditions

This Deemed Value Calculator (the "Calculator") is provided for general information purposes and is a guide only. The results from this calculator do not replace the formal calculations of deemed value liability performed by Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd (CFS) under the Fisheries Act 1996.

While every effort has been made to ensure that the results from the Calculator and the deemed value rates for each stock are correct and accurate, this calculator is provided without warranties of any kind. You make use of the Calculator at your own risk and CFS accepts no liability for any claims arising from use of this Calculator.

Use of this calculator is also subject to the general terms and conditions for the use of this website.

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Reminders Conditions

FishServe agrees to endeavour to send you an automatically generated reminder notice in accordance with the preferences you have selected. You agree that responsibility to file returns, and make applications by the required dates is yours alone. FishServe will not be liable for any consequences of you failing to file your application/returns by the appropriate date, or for the direct or indirect consequences of a failure (for any reason) on FishServe's part to send the reminder, or for any errors in the reminder notice.

Use of this Reminder Service is also subject to the terms and conditions for the use of this website.

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To Do List Conditions

FishServe agrees to endeavour to provide you an automatically generated "To Do List" in accordance with the preferences you have selected. You agree that responsibility to file returns, and make applications by the required dates is yours alone. FishServe will not be liable for any consequences of you failing to file your application/returns by the appropriate date, or for the direct or indirect consequences of a failure (for any reason) on FishServe's part to generate the "To Do List", or for any errors in the "To Do List".

Use of the "To Do List" service is also subject to the terms and conditions for the use of this website.

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File Upload Terms and Conditions

By using the File Upload you agree to the following terms and conditions for the services being used:

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Reports Terms and Conditions

By running a report you agree to the following terms and conditions for this service:

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FRED Terms and Conditions

FRED (Fisheries Register Extracts Database) subscription service

1. Interpretation

1.1. “Licensee” or “you” is any individual, sole trader, partnership, company, body corporate, or organisation which has agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions in return for a licence to use FRED.

1.2. “FRED” means the FRED Service or FRED lite service accessible on the FishServe website comprising a copy of parts of the Annual Catch Entitlement (ACE) registers for the current and immediately preceding fishing years of a stock and the Quota registers, being registers maintained under the Fisheries Act 1996, together with the Total Allowable Catch (TAC), Total Allowable Commercial Catch (TACC), stock codes, catch figures and transfer prices.

2. Acceptance of Terms and Conditions

2.1. The Licensee agrees that submission of an application to subscribe to FRED is acceptance of these terms and conditions.

3. What the Licensee may or may not do with FRED

3.1. In consideration of the Licensee paying the associated subscription charge for access to FRED, FishServe grants to the Licensee a non-transferable, non-exclusive licence only to:

3.1.1. Use FRED for its legitimate fisheries business purposes in accordance with these terms and conditions;

3.1.2. Copy parts (but not all) of the FRED data for internal use within the Licensee’s business in accordance with these terms and conditions; and

3.1.3. Permit any employee or contractor engaged by the Licensee to do any of the things specified in clause 3.1.1 or 3.1.2 in accordance with these terms and conditions.

3.2. The Licensee may not and may not permit others to:

3.2.1. Copy the whole of FRED;

3.2.2. Lend, lease or rent access to FRED to others;

3.2.3. Create competitive products with a substantially similar “look and feel”;

3.2.4. Use FRED for any purpose which includes the purpose of creating directly or indirectly any databases or parts of databases; or prepare derivative works from FRED, other than as a consequence of the ordinary operation of FRED;

3.2.5. Use FRED in any manner that infringes the intellectual property rights or other rights, including privacy, of another party.

3.2.6. The Licensee may not assign or sub-license any of its rights under these terms and conditions unless FishServe first agrees in writing.

3.2.7. The Licensee must comply with all relevant laws in its use of FRED including, but not limited to, the information privacy principles of the Privacy Act 1993, and public register privacy principle 2 of that Act.

4. Services the Licensee must supply itself

4.1. The Licensee acknowledges that to use FRED fully the Licensee must supply its own computer hardware and software, in accordance with minimum specifications as notified from time to time by FishServe and keep it in good working order.

5. FishServe is not responsible for Internet and Telecommunications services

5.1. The Licensee must arrange and pay for all telecommunication and internet services required to receive and use FRED.

5.2. FishServe is not responsible for claims, expenses, losses, damages or costs made against or incurred or suffered by the Licensee directly or indirectly (including without limitation, lost costs, profits and data) arising out of those telecommunication and internet services (including without limitation, use or misuse of them or any failure of them).

6. FishServe makes no warranties

6.1. FishServe makes no express warranties under this Agreement, including any warranty that:

6.1.1. FRED is or will be complete or free from all errors; or

6.1.2. That the data received via FRED is up-to-date, or is an accurate representation of any of the registers required to be kept under the Fisheries Act 1996.

6.2. The terms of this Agreement replace all other terms, representations or warranties and all such terms, representations and warranties (except any which may not lawfully be excluded) including, without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for any particular purpose. Where FRED is used for the purpose of business, you agree that the provisions of the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 shall not apply.

7. FishServe excludes and limits liability

7.1. FishServe excludes, for itself and for any supplier of software or other materials incorporated into FRED, all liability for all claims, expenses, losses, damages and costs made against or incurred or suffered by you directly or indirectly (including, without limitation, loss costs, profits and data) arising out of:

7.1.1. Your use or misuse of FRED;

7.1.2. Your inability to use FRED;

7.1.3. Negligence of FishServe or its employees, contractors or agents, or of any supplier of software or other material incorporated into FRED in connection with this Agreement.

8. FishServe Liability

8.1. To the full extent permitted by law and other than as specifically set out in this Agreement, FishServe excludes all implied and express terms, conditions and warranties, including warranties as to the fitness of FRED for a particular purpose except to the extent of the payment of the cost of replacing FRED.

8.2. To the extent permitted by relevant New Zealand law, FishServe is not liable for:

8.2.1. Any failure to perform its obligations under this licence agreement where the failure results from act of God, act of any government or government authority, fire, explosion, accident, power failure, industrial dispute, inability to obtain materials or any other thing beyond the reasonable control of FishServe.

8.2.2. Any reliance by a third party on information which the Licensee gives derived in whole or in part from information which it has obtained through the use of FRED.

8.2.3. Any breach by the Licensee of these terms and conditions.

8.3. The Licensee agrees to indemnify FishServe and its agents against all claims, actions or proceedings for loss or damages arising from the Licensee’s use of FRED or of information derived from FRED.

9. Miscellaneous provisions

9.1. The Licensee acknowledges that FRED at all times remains the property of FishServe and that its right to use FRED is limited to the rights set out in these terms and conditions.

9.2. The Licensee is put on notice that the raw data comprising the fisheries registers is reproduced by FishServe with the permission of the New Zealand Government; copyright in this material belongs to the New Zealand Government;

9.3. This material as reproduced by FishServe is not an official copy and the copyright in the format in which this material is owned by FishServe and no part may be reproduced by any process except in accordance with this agreement and the provisions of the Copyright Act 1994.

9.4. Reports derived from FRED are not certified copies of register information for the purpose expressed in section 166 of the Fisheries Act 1996. Certified copies of the register are available from FishServe on payment of a prescribed fee.

9.5. You agree that FishServe is entitled to recover from you all costs, commissions, legal fees or otherwise, incurred in the recovery of any monies, goods or services that may be outstanding from you from time to time.

10. Termination

10.1. FishServe may terminate the Licensee’s licence to use FRED if the Licensee is made bankrupt; or enters into a liquidation or any arrangement or composition with its creditors; or has a receiver appointed with respect to any of its assets; or becomes insolvent, or breaches any of these terms and conditions.

11. Applicable Law

11.1. These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of New Zealand and the courts of New Zealand shall have nonexclusive jurisdiction to determine any disputes arising under these terms and conditions.

12. Complete Agreement

12.1. No variation of these terms and conditions shall be binding on FishServe unless it is in writing and issued by a duly authorised officer of FishServe. These terms and conditions, constitute the complete agreement between the Licensee and FishServe with respect to the use by the Licensee of FRED.

13. Disclaimer

13.1. The Licensee acknowledges that FishServe and/or the authors and/or the suppliers of the information contained in FRED disclaim any liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in FRED.

14. Default

14.1. If the Licensee fails to pay any money due under these terms and conditions, FishServe may terminate the Agreement after having given the Licensee not less than one week’s written notice of the default. If the Licensee is in default in any way under these terms and conditions apart from default resulting from the non-payment of money due under them, FishServe may elect to terminate the Licensee’s licence to use FRED provided FishServe has given the Licensee written notice of the default and it has not rectified the default within 30 days from the date of the notice.

15. Assignment

15.1. Nothing in this Agreement shall prevent FishServe assigning its rights under this Agreement to any other party, and these terms and conditions shall remain binding on the Licensee in the event of any such assignment.

I acknowledge that any fees required are application fees and are not refundable

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Conditions Of This Instruction To Accept Direct Debits Under The Paperless Service

  1. The Initiator:
    1. Undertakes to give notice to the Acceptor of the commencement date, frequency and amount at least 10 calendar days before the first Direct Debit is drawn (but no more than 2 calendar months). This notice will be provided in writing (including by electronic means and SMS where the Customer has provided prior written consent (by electronic means including SMS) to communicate electronically).
      Where the Direct Debit System is used for the collection of payments which are regular as to frequency, but variable as to amounts, the Initiator undertakes to provide the Acceptor with a schedule detailing the amount and each payment date.
      In the event of any subsequent change to the frequency or amount of the Direct Debits, the Initiator has agreed to give advance notice of at least 30 days before the changes comes into effect. This notice must be provided in writing (including by electronic means and SMS where the Customer has provided prior written consent (including by electronic means including SMS) to communicate electronically).
    2. May, upon the relationship which gave rise to this Instruction being terminated, give notice to the Bank that no further Direct Debits are to be initiated under the Instruction. Upon receipt of such notice the Bank may terminate this Instruction as to future payments by notice in writing to me/us.
  2. The Customer may:
    1. At any time, terminate this Instruction as to future payments by giving notice of termination to the Bank and to the Initiator by means agreed by the customer, Bank and Initiator.
    2. Stop payment of any Direct Debit to be initiated under this Instruction by the Initiator by giving written notice to the Bank prior to the Direct Debit being paid by the Bank.
    3. Where a variation to the amount agreed between the Initiator and the customer from time to time to be Direct Debited has been made without notice being given in terms of clause 1(a) above, request the Bank to reverse or alter any such Direct Debit initiated by the Initiator by debiting the amount of the reversal or alteration of a Direct Debit back to the Initiator through the Initiator’s Bank PROVIDED such request is made not more than 120 days from the date when the Direct Debit was debited to my/our account.
    4. Request the Bank to reverse any Direct Debits initiated by the Initiator under the Instructions by debiting the amount of the Direct Debits back to the Initiator through the Initiator’s Bank where the Initiator cannot produce a copy of the Instructions and/or Confirmation to me/us that I/we are reasonably satisfied demonstrate that I/we have authorised my/our bank to accept Direct Debits from the Initiator against my/our account PROVIDED the request is made not more than 9 months from the date when the first Direct Debit was debited to my/our account by the Initiator under the Instructions.
  3. The Customer acknowledges that:
    1. This Instruction will remain in full force and effect in respect of all Direct Debits passed to my/our account in good faith notwithstanding my/our death, bankruptcy or other revocation of this Instruction until actual notice of such event is received by the Bank.
    2. In any event this Instruction is subject to any arrangement now or hereafter existing between me/us and the Bank in relation to my/our account.
    3. Any dispute as to the correctness or validity of an amount debited to my/our account shall not be the concern of the Bank except in so far as the Direct Debit has not been paid in accordance with this Instruction. Any other dispute lies between me/us and the Initiator.
    4. Where the Bank has used reasonable care and skill in acting in accordance with this Instruction, the Bank accepts no responsibility or liability in respect of:
      • the accuracy of information about Direct Debits on Bank statements; and
      • any variations between notices given by the Initiator and the amounts of Direct Debits.
    5. The Bank is not responsible for, or under any liability in respect of the Initiator's failure to give notice in accordance with 1(a) nor for the non-receipt or late receipt of notice by me/us for any reason whatsoever. In any such situation the dispute lies between me/us and the Initiator.
    6. Notice given by the Initiator in terms of clause 1(a) to the debtor responsible for the payment shall be effective. Any communication necessary because the debtor responsible for payment is a person other than me/us is a matter between me/us and the debtor concerned.
  4. The Bank may:
    1. In its absolute discretion conclusively determine the order of priority of payment by it of any monies pursuant to this or any other Instruction, cheque or draft properly signed by me/us and given to or drawn on the Bank.
    2. At any time terminate this Instruction as to future payments by notice in writing to me/us.
    3. Charge its current fees for this service in force from time to time.

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LFR Registration Conditions

Declaration

  • The information I have given on this application is true and correct.
  • I am authorized to provide this information and make this declaration.
  • I am aware it is an offence to knowingly provide false or misleading information or omit any material information to obtain a benefit under the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • I understand the applicant is required to notify FishServe if there are any changes in the particulars I have provided in this application.
  • I have read and understood the Collection of Personal Information details supplied below.
  • I am authorised to complete this application form and at the date hereof I have not received any notice or information of the revocation of my authorisation.
  • I acknowledge that any fees required are application fees and are not refundable.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on returns that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993, to individuals of the following matters.

  • The information is being collected for purposes relating to the management of fisheries resources in accordance with the Fisheries Act 1996 and regulations made pursuant to the Act.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (P O Box 297, Wellington, 6140).
  • You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided to FishServe.
  • The provision of this information is mandatory for the registration of this Fish Receivers Licence application.
  • You may apply to FishServe to prevent the display of your personal address on registers kept under the Fisheries Act 1996 where you consider that disclosure would be prejudicial to your personal safety or to the safety of your family.

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LFR Cancellation Conditions

Declaration

  • The information I have given on this application is true and correct.
  • I am authorized to provide this information and make this declaration.
  • I am aware it is an offence to provide false or misleading information or omit any material information.
  • I understand the applicant is required to notify FishServe if there are any changes in the particulars I have provided in this application.
  • I have read and understood the Collection of Personal Information details supplied below.

Collection of Personal Information

In regard to any information being collected on returns that is personal information, notification is hereby provided, in accordance with Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993, to individuals of the following matters.

  • The information is being collected for purposes relating to the management of fisheries resources in accordance with the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • The agency that will collect and hold the information is FishServe (Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd, P O Box 297, Wellington, 6140). Personal information will also be recorded on publicly available registers.
  • The provision of this information is mandatory under the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • It is an offence under the Fisheries Act 1996 to neglect or refuse to supply the information required, and to fail to complete and furnish any of the required information, and to make a false or misleading statement or entry of information. Penalties are set out in the Fisheries Act 1996.
  • You are reminded that under Principles 6 and 7 of the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right of access to, and correction of, any personal information which has been provided.
  • You may apply to FishServe to prevent the display of your personal address on registers kept under the Fisheries Act 1996 where you consider that disclosure would be prejudicial to your personal safety or to the safety of your family.

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