When the Government sends a New Zealand professional engineering body to the Supreme Court, CTV will be forced to resume a civilian investigation into the fall of the building.
In 2011, 115 people were killed when the building was destroyed by an earthquake in Christystra.
The building engineer, Alan Rei, was responsible for the building design.
In December 2012, a complaint was filed with the Institute of Professional Engineers (IPENZ) on the Chief Engineer of the Ministry of Innovations and Employment, Dr. Ree and the CTV Building.
Dr Ryan was a member of IPENZ, but resigned in February 2014.
After that, IPENZ decided not to resort to any disciplinary action against him, since he does not believe that he has the jurisdiction to engage with the former member.
In relation to another engineer, CTV engineer David Hardin, the Supreme Court's decision in September 2014 found that investigative and disciplinary investigations might continue if the departed member was dismissed.
In March 2015, the ICC demanded that the Court review the decision not to investigate Dr. Rein.
Housing Minister Nick Smith said the collapse of the building was regarded as one of New Zealand's engineering disturbances.
"We are committed to bringing it to justice for the building's faultless design, and to train those who have lost their lives and teach them a variety of lesson-engineering skills to minimize future risks," he said.
"We believe that after we leave IPENZ, we have decided to stop investigations into Dr. Alana Ree."
The CTV Family Families Group supported this step and the Supreme Court said it was important to address the issue and checked the mandate of the professional civil engineering body to verify one of their members, regardless of their resignation.
The study took place in Wellington three days.
The ICI advised the group for further review.
"As New Zealand's building manager, we believe the Supreme Court is important to resolve this issue and criticize the mandates of a professional civil engineering body by setting one of their members, even if they are dismissed."