Social Security Act 2018

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Jurisdiction NZ
Source NZ Legislation Website
http://legislation.govt.nz/act/public/2018/0032/latest/DLM6783115.html
The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows:
8Determinations person is single or in de facto relationship {{#section-h:Social Security Act 2018/Section 8/1|Version 59}}
373Administration service providers: contracts
(1)MSD may from time to time, on behalf of the Crown, enter into a contract with any person, body, or organisation (a contracted service provider) for the provision by the contracted service provider of services—
(a)that, in relation to young people, are—
(i)services of either or both of the following kinds:
(A)services of the kind referred to in section 365(1)(a) (that is, services to encourage and help young people to move into or remain in education, training, and employment, rather than receiving financial support under this Act):
(B)services in relation to financial support for young people; and
(ii)services of a kind or description stated for the purposes of this paragraph by regulations made under section 418(1)(m); and
(b)that, in relation to people other than young people, are services in relation to all or any of Parts 1 to 6 (and that may, but need not, be services of a kind or description stated for the purposes of this paragraph by regulations made under section 418(1)(m)).
(2)MSD must not enter into a contract with a person, body, or organisation for the provision of services of a kind stated in subsection (1) unless MSD is satisfied that the person, body, or organisation—
(a)is suitable to provide the services specified in the contract; and
(b)is suitable to work with people to whom the services relate in providing those services; and
(c)has the powers and capacity to enter into and perform a contract for those services.
Compare: 1964 No 136 s 125A