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(2) The laws established or described in this calendar are excluded only to the extent that they would be affected by the principle of trans-Tasman mutual recognition applicable to goods. (1) Trans-Tasman`s principle of mutual recognition and the provisions of that law may be taken into account in all proceedings and for all intents and purposes. The TTMRA was signed in 1996 between the New Zealand government and the Commonwealth Government, the State and Territory Government in Australia. The TTMRA has advanced the strategic objective of the New Zealand and Australian authorities to create a „single trans-Tasman market for the sale of goods and the registration of professions“ (www.mfat.govt.nz/assets/FTAs-agreements-in-force/Australia/anzcer-cep-booklet.pdf). (1) The principle of trans-Tasman mutual recognition, which applies to goods, is as defined in this section. 51 The application of the trans-Tasman mutual recognition principle TTMRA provides for mutual recognition of equivalent occupations between New Zealand and Australia. This means that a person registered for employment in Australia has the right to work in equivalent employment in New Zealand after informing the local registration authority. For Certificates of Competency (CoC), this is the New Zealand Mining Board of Examiners (Council). For more information, please consult the TTMRA User Manual (external link) A wide range of occupations, ranging from training needs (. B for example legal, dental) to occupations that require less or no formal training (for example.

B, security, taxis). Only the medical profession is exempt (although in practice other regulations give the same result as mutual recognition). There are also exceptions for certain laws relating to the way an activity is conducted. „… [We] participated in the application of the concept of [mutual recognition] in the … European Union … That`s right. comprehensive bureaucratic administration and its effectiveness depended on the adoption of guidelines to ensure the application of basic minimum standards.

These guidelines have been interpreted extensively and have required rigorous monitoring and enforcement. We wanted a simpler and less well-maintained approach… While New Zealand and the various Australian jurisdictions have many similarities, the TTMRA reflects the fact that it is easier to adopt a mutual recognition approach than to develop uniform or harmonized rules.