is a statement, submitted for voting, that seeks to change NZNO policy or its constitution.
It was not interested in exercising veto power but wanted to improve communication and be consulted about remits
which might affect Te Runanga and its responsibility to uphold the mana of tikanga Maori within NZNO.
Would a non-EU vendor be permitted to collect and remit
VAT only for sales made in a "member state of consumption" if the sale exceeds that member state's thresholds?
The "one member, one vote" remit
, passed by 57 per cent of delegates, was put toward by the membership committee.
For example, North Carolina law provides that "[c]ontractors are required to remit
use tax at the applicable rate on the storage or use of motor vehicles, machines, machinery, tools and other equipment brought into this state for use in construction or repair work" (NCAC .2602).
This could take a toll on NZNO resources, and integrating the decisions arising from policy remits
into existing work could be problematic.
A board of directors remit
that it, rather than the AGM, establish NZNO's overall strategic direction and policy, and update members at the AGM, was lost.
calling for a "pay jolt" in the upcoming district health board multi-employer collective agreement negotiations was passed.
Issues could be investigated and information provided when regions and colleges and sections considered remits
from the log.
The board discussed implications arising from remit
changes made at the 2012 NZNO AGM.
The new rule remit
was as a result of the huge interest in the draft constitution and a desire for all members to be involved in such a crucial decision.
lost included one from Midlands calling for the setting of honoraria for NZNO president and Te Runanga chair to be decided by conference rather than the board; and a proposal to change the minimum allowable period between meetings of the board from two to three months.