Notice Type
General Section
Notice Title

Veterinary Council of New Zealand Fees Notice 2014

Pursuant to section 97 of the Veterinarians Act 2005, the Veterinary Council of New Zealand ("council") sets out in this notice the fees to be charged.
This notice replaces the Veterinary Council of New Zealand Fees Notice 2013, published in the New Zealand Gazette,
20 December 2012, No. 151, page 44971.
N o t i c e
1. Title and commencement-(1) This notice may be cited as the Veterinary Council of New Zealand Fees Notice 2014 and shall come into force on 1 February 2014.
(2) This notice has the status of a Regulation for the purposes of the Regulations (Disallowance) Act 1989.
2. Fees-The council sets the following fees, payable to the council, specified in the Schedule below.
3. Tax-The fees are exclusive of goods and services tax.
4. Rebate-The council retains the right to rebate the annual practising certificate fee by a specified amount for early payment by a specified date.
Fees Payable2 $
For New Zealand qualified applicants 273.04
For applicants applying under the Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition Act 1997 273.04
For overseas applicants holding prescribed qualifications or a pass in a prescribed examination or assessment programme 300.00
For applicants with non-prescribed qualifications applying for registration in a limited scope of practice under section 14 of the Veterinarians Act 2005 660.87
For applicants for specialist registration 273.04
Annual practising certificate application fee for:3
- Full year 421.74
- July - September 365.02
- October - December 259.02
- January - March 154.14
Final examination (per attempt) 5,086.96
Supplementary examination (per attempt, per supplementary examination) 508.70
Annual Register maintenance fee for non-practising veterinarians 50.43
Supply of registration certificates (or copies) or letters of good standing or any other certificate or letter signed by the Registrar 26.09
Dated this 12th day of December 2013.
JANET EDEN, Registrar, Veterinary Council of New Zealand.
1The only change is a 5% increase to practising certificate fees.
2Fees are calculated on a cost recovery basis.
3See also "Rebate" reference above.