4 edition of Women and the law in New Zealand found in the catalog.
Women and the law in New Zealand
by Hicks Smith in association with Sweet & Maxwell (N.Z.) in Wellington
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Kaye Turner and Pauline Vaver.|
|Contributions||Turner, Kaye., Vaver, Pauline.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||76359015|
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Kate Sheppard, born inwas the leading light of the New Zealand women's suffrage movement. Sheppard championed women's rights in New Zealand in areas such as contraception, the right to divorce, the right of guardianship over children, physical activity for women and, most importantly, the right to vote.
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More. $ This item has been added. British law, and later New Zealand law as passed by the New Zealand Parliament was slowly established over the country, but it remained ineffective in Māori-controlled areas until the late nineteenth century at least.
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In colonial New Zealand most Pākehā women needed to marry – few could earn enough to live independently. The high rate of marriage among women (well over 90% for most of the 19th century), and the increasing rate among men as more women arrived in New Zealand, made it strongly influential on women’s lives.A step by step guide to separating and getting divorced in NZ.
You don't have to do anything official when you separate from your partner, but a separation agreement or separation order can help to keep things clear. After you've been separated for at least 2 years, you can apply for a divorce. The dissolution order costs $ Inwe led the world as the first country where women won the right to vote, through their determined but lawful efforts.
Since then, progress towards women’s full participation at all levels has continued. New Zealand women enjoy the protection afforded through a strong statutory framework giving them full and equal rights. At our last census just .