A compensation payment has been made to Marty Aramoana in respect of a specified claim under the Prisoners’ and Victims’ Claims Act 2005 (“Act”).
The Act requires that after the Secretary of Justice makes certain deductions from the compensation payment, the surplus remaining goes into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account to enable victims of Marty Aramoana to make claims against it.
Any money left after any victims’ claims have been paid will be paid to Marty Aramoana.
On 15 July 2021, $1,000.00 was paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account on behalf of Marty Aramoana.
The money paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account is held in trust for Marty Aramoana until it has been paid out in accordance with subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Act.
Any person who has been a victim of Marty Aramoana, in respect of an offence for which Marty Aramoana was convicted in a Court of New Zealand, is entitled to make a claim against the money held in the Trust Account on behalf of Marty Aramoana.
Claims by victims are not limited to the amount available in the Trust Account.
Claim forms, and information on how to make a claim, may be found on the Tribunal’s website (www.justice.govt.nz/tribunals/victims-and-justice/special-claims) or obtained from: The Secretary, Victims’ Special Claims Tribunal, DX SX11159, Wellington. Phone: (04) 462 6660. Fax: (04) 462 6686. Email: PVC@justice.govt.nz
All claims must be filed on or before Friday 28 January 2022.