Guidelines in the APA manual relate to American legislation and it is not possible to use this format for other countries legal material. See the examples below for the library's suggestion on how to cite and reference New Zealand and other country’s legislation.
Please contact you lecturer to see if they wish you to use another form of reference for New Zealand legal material
Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009. http://legislation.govt.nz/act/public/2009/0035/latest/DLM2140720.html?search=ts_act_terrorism_resel_25_a&p=1
In text citation (Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009).
Section of a Statute/Act
(The entry in the reference list is the same as the whole statute. Put the relevant section number in the in-text citation)
Building Act 2004. http://legislation.govt.nz/act/public/2004/0072/latest/DLM306036.html?search=ts_act_building+act_resel_25_a&p=1
In-text citation (Building Act 2004, s. 87A)
(For multiple sections, use 'ss.' instead of 's.')
Gas (Information Disclosure and Penalties) Amendment Bill 2020 (224-1)). http://legislation.govt.nz/bill/government/2020/0224/latest/LMS281538.html?search=ta_bill_G_bc%40bcur_an%40bn%40rn_25_a&p=1
In-text citation (Gas (Information Disclosure and Penalities) Amendment Bill 2020 (224-1))
Clause of a Bill
Screen Industry Workers Bill 2020 (219-2). http://www.legislation.govt.nz/bill/government/2020/0219/latest/LMS230343.html
In-text citation (Screen Industry Workers Bill 2020 (219-2), cl. 23)
(For multiple clauses, use 'cls.' instead of 'cl.')
Case information should contain the parties names (in italics) the year of reporting (in  brackets) and the case subject abbreviation and number
|New Zealand Law Reports||NZLR|
|New Zealand Tax Cases||NZTC|
|New Zealand Employment Law Cases||NZELC|
|New Zealand Company Law Reports||NZCLR|
|New Zealand Business Cases||NZBC|
Business or Tax Case
Ling vs YL NZ Investment Ltd (2018) 28 NZTC 23-057
In-text citation (Ling vs YL NZ Investment Ltd, 2018)
District Court, Court of Appeal, High Court or Supreme Court Case
Cambridge Homes Holdings Ltd v Kenna  NZHC 1922.
In text citation (Cambridge Homes Holdings Ltd v Kenna, 2019)
Italics : The names of the parties involved in a case should be in Italics
Capitalization : Captialise each word of the title of a Statute/Act or a Bill.
Splitting a URL : If your URL needs to be split do not insert a hyphen. Break the URL before a punctuation mark. Do not add a full stop at the end of URL as this may appear to be part of the URL and cause retrieval problems.