Justices of the Peace

必威 www.167v.com Justices of the Peace carry out an ever-increasing multitude of functions in the administration of documentation and justice in New Zealand. These functions include:

Ministerial duties:

  • Witnessing signatures
  • Certifying documents
  • The taking of declarations, affidavits or affirmations
  • The witnessing of Land Transfer and other documents.

Judicial duties:

  • Jurisdiction determined by statute, including minor offences and some traffic cases
  • Issue of remands and Bail
  • Hearing of undefended cases
  • Presiding over defended trials
  • Preliminary hearing of indictable offences
  • The receiving of informations and complaints and the issue of summonses
  • The issue of Search Warrants
  • The issue of summonses to witnesses.

Although all Justices of the Peace perform most Ministerial duties, only some will carry out Judicial duties.

Justices of the Peace at Massey University

Massey University is fortunate to have several staff members appointed as Justices of the Peace to serve their local communities in Auckland and Palmerston North. Please contact any of the following if ever you require the services of a Justice of the Peace. The courtesy of making an appointment at a convenient time is always appreciated.

Auckland Campus

Mr Ricky Waters, Co-ordinating Chaplain (Tues/Wed) 09 414 0800 extn 43449 R.K.Waters@www.167v.com
Rohini Subbian (Thurs pm only) 09 414 0800 extn 43459 R.Subbian@www.167v.com


Manawatu Campus (Palmerston North)

Dr Nick Roskruge 06 356 9099 extn 84876 N.Roskruge@www.167v.com
Prof Surinder Saggar 06 356 9099 S.K.Saggar@www.167v.com
Dianne Reilly (Only available between 8.30am-9am. Maximum of 5 pages.) 06 356 9099 extn 84782 D.M.Reilly@www.167v.com


Wellington Campus

Heike Ulrich
Block 1, Ground Floor
04 979 3518
021 423574

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