Ministry of Justice / Tāhū o te Ture
- The Ministry of Justice runs the court system, administers tribunals, collects fines and reparation, and supports the judiciary.
- Administers courts, legal aid and the Public Defence Service.
- Collects and enforce fines and civil debts.
- Also negotiates settlement of historical Treaty of Waitangi claims and ensures that settlements remain durable.
- Provides policy advice on justice and the administration of the law, and on Crown/Māori relations.
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