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Maori Land Court and land boards, 1909 to 1952

Tom Bennion

Maori Land Court and land boards, 1909 to 1952

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Published by Waitangi Tribunal in [Wellington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New Zealand. Maori Land Board -- History.,
  • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Land tenure -- History.,
  • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Government relations -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRangahaua Whanui national theme F
    StatementTom Bennion.
    SeriesWaitangi Tribunal Rangahaua Whanui series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKUQ2566 .B46 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 76 p. ;
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL433557M
    LC Control Number98141907

    Maori Land Court Rules seeking review of the Deputy Registrar's decision to refuse seven applications made by him on 31 July pursuant to s 45 of Te Ture Whenua Maori Act [2] The applications that were refused were: (a) A relating to Oue 2B3 and an order made on 29 November ;. Maori Land Court Rules revoked, on 1 December , by rule of the Māori Land Court Rules (SR /). Note. Changes authorised by section 17C of the Acts and Regulations Publication Act have been made in this reprint. Maori Land Court - Napier 0 To ensure that Maori Land Court - Napier can respond to your email, please ensure you provide all appropriate contact details. We highly recommend you . Once the Maori Land Court decides who will inherit the land, the Māori Land Court issues a succession order. Documents you will need to apply for succession: Original death certificate or a certified copy. Original will (or grant of administration) if there is one. Fully completed application papers. Application fee .


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Maori Land Court and land boards, 1909 to 1952 by Tom Bennion Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Maori Land Court 1909 to 1952 book Land Boards, to (Wellington: Waitangi Tribunal). Richard Boast (). Maori Land Law. (Wellington: Butterworths). Dean Cowie.

Land Alienations via the Native Land Court from to In Rangahaua Whanui District 11B: Hawke's Bay (pp. 61–). (Wellington: Waitangi Tribunal). Retrieved from. Maori Land Boards ( to ) lends itself to a rough but ready division into three chronological periods. The first of these, from through towas a.

Get this from a library. The Maori Land Court and Land Boards, to [Tom Bennion; New Zealand. Waitangi Tribunal.]. The Hawea-Wanaka Substitute Block is a piece of land identified in the Ngai Tahu Claims Settlement Act The original Hawea-Wanaka Block was not available as settlement redress for Ngai Tahu inso a substitute block of land was negotiated.

This substitute land is known as the Hawea-Wanaka Substitute Size: 4MB. Maori Land. likes. To enable all Maori Land Trusts and Incorporations to disseminate information to their shareholders, in order that all shareholders are adequately informed on the Trust or Followers: National Theme K: Maori Land Councils and Maori Land Boards, D Loveridge National Theme L: Crown Policy on Maori Reserved Lands and Lands Restricted from Alienation, J E Murray National Theme N: Goldmining: Policy, Legislation, and Administration, Dr R Anderson National Theme P: The Maori Land Court and Land Boards, toT Bennion.

National Theme P: The Maori Land Court and Land Boards, toT Bennion National Theme P: Succession to Maori Land, –52, T Bennion and J Boyd National Theme Q: The Foreshore, R Boast.

Alienation of Maori Land in the Rohe Potae (Aotea) Block, parts one and two, which provides a more detailed general background to the specific issues raised in this report. 2 1 Steven Oliver and Tim Shoebridge, ‘The Alienation of Maori Land in the Ohura South block, Part One: cFile Size: 1MB.

Tom Bennion has written: 'Succession to Maori land, ' -- subject(s): Inheritance and succession (Maori law), Inheritance and succession 'The Maori Land Court and land boards, to The Stout-Ngata Commission ofin reviewing the position relating to alienations of Maori land, recommended that Maori Land Boards should be given power to exercise control and management of Maori land and confirm alienations.

Maori Land Court and land boards From that date until the jurisdiction to confirm alienations of Maori land was vested in the Maori Land Boards. Maori Land Court Compensation Orders for Land Taken for Road and Railway Purposes, c.

Each order covers land blocks in the Māori Land Court District of Tairawhiti. The orders contain references to the relevant Māori Land Court Minute Book pages (Wairoa Minute Book No).

Home Keywords maori land court. maori land court. Articles. Treaty timeline. See some of the key events between and relating to the Treaty of Waitangi.

Read the full article. Maori land loss, Site Quicklinks Culture & Society. Pre contact. Maori Land Court or Te Puni Kokiri should have an address for him. Here’s a bit of info on Kaitiaki trustees.

As Maori and kaitiaki we aim to live in balance with the plants, animals, soil, air, water and each other to guarantee a sustainable and rich future for the following generations, our roles and responsibilities on this earth are as. Maori Land Court Minutes. The Maori Land Court and land boards of the court contain a great deal of whakapapa, which has been recorded to prove title and succession to land.

Care needs to be taken, however, for there were some people who attempted to falsify whakapapa to gain land. Shortly after the decision, Eddie Durie, Chief Judge of the Maori Land Court said, "Until the Court of Appeal decision two years ago which halted the transfer of assets to state-owned enterprises, Maori people had not won a case since You had a sort of judicial scoreboard - Settlers: 60, Maori: 1." Glazebrook J has described the case thus,Court: Court of Appeal of New Zealand.

Minute Book: ROT 10 2. The Larger Issues The court has a broad discretion to terminate a trust under s, but it must do so by vesting the land in the persons legally entitled or such other persons as the beneficial owners may direct.

The view of the trustees and the expressed wishes of the owners. Most Maori land records are held by the Maori Land Court – Searching for Maori land records. Search assistance. Historic and genealogy organisations have guidance available – see the research guide.

(link is external) on the New Zealand Society of Genealogists website. This includes a link to ‘ Where did my ancestors live - PDF KB. Maori freehold land where the full bench of the High Court held that whether or not a proposal for parthion falls within Part 14 will depend on.

a consideration of the relevant facts. The Maori Land Court is required to assess whether in the circumstances of the case: (a) there-was sufficient support for the proposal. all Maori land interests derived tluough the Wi Pere whanau should stay within that blood-line. The Court then reserved its decision.

Relevant Law [13J The jurisdiction of the Maori Land Court with respect to successIOn applications where there is a Will is prescribed. The terms of the Maori Land Act are subject to the interpretation of the courts and the case referred to above further refined the definition of whom the PCA comprises.

The Maori Land Court may require that the land be advertised or formally offered to PCA before it will confirm the sale. We can assist you to work through this process.

Chapter Three, by Tim Shoebridge, discusses the alienation of Maori land in Ohura South between and The Crown responded to pressure in the settler community to ‚open™ Rohe Potae land for settlement, by commencing purchase in the Ohura South block shortly after the completion of the Native Land Court hearings in File Size: KB.

Maori freehold land is defined in the Local Government (Rating) Act as land whose beneficial ownership has been determined by a freehold order issued by the Maori Land Court.

Only land that is the subject of such an order may qualify for remission under this policy. LAND RECORDS AND SURVEYORS MAORI LAND - searchable by owner interest, block or map.

NEW ZEALAND COMPANY LAND OFFICE PAPERS - Daily Register of Notices of Transfers of Land Orders - August to 21 December - PDF file LAND INFORMATION NZ. Maori Land Court, Crown agents usually negotiated directly with Maori for the purchase or acquisition of land.

Inthe Maori Land Court was established, although it was originally named the Native Land Court. Under the Maori Purposes Actit became the Maori Land Court. Its original purpose was to translate customary Maori land claims.

About New Zealand, Maori Land Claims, As recorded by the New Zealand Parliament, this index contains Māori claims made for land from to Information listed includes claimant (person, group, or tribe), year of claim, description of claim, and additional notes.

No land administrators exist for this title - please check with the Maori Land Court district office in which the land is located. Printed On 25/04/ PM Page 1 of 7 Name Alternate Names Gender Ownership Type Minute Book Reference Ratio Shares Allen Ellen (Astle) () F.

affecting the course of race relations in New Zealand has been the Maori Land Court (called the Native Land Court until the midth century). The Court was created in and has operated continuously, though in changing roles, since that time.

For many years the most direct manifestation of the British legal system amongst much of the Maori. Native Land Court created The Native Land Court was one of the key products of the Native Lands Act.

It converted traditional communal landholdings into individual titles, making it easier for Pākehā to purchase Māori land. Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act Reprint notes An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the administration of the lands comprised in Maori reserves, West Coast settlement reserves, and Maori townships, and to make provision in respect of certain other lands administered by the Māori Trustee.

IN THE MAORI LAND COURT OF NEW ZEALAND TAIRA WHITI DISTRICT Hearing: Information New Zealand and the Maori Land Court and the overall conduct of the [12] The trustees accept that the application for recovery of Maori Freehold Land is at an end, although the parties still need to complete a rent review in accordance.

Crown Policy on Maori Reserved Lands, toand Lands Restricted from Alienation, to [PDF, MB] Theme N. Goldmining: Policy, Legislation and Administration [PDF, MB] Theme P. The Māori Land Court and Land Boards, to [PDF, MB] Theme P. Succession to Māori Land, to 52 [PDF, KB] Theme Q.

The. Contact nearest Maori Land Court for current cost for an application fee. Whakapapa details for the deceased. This includes parents, brothers and sisters (including those that have passed away).

Succession Application Step/Process ‘Succeeding to maori land shares / interests in Māori Land Through the Māori Land Court.

Step/Process 1. Land is recorded in the Maori Land Court Registry, of which there are seven districts. Crown Land is a third category which appears in neither registry; equally, the few remnants of Maori customary land are not recorded in either registry. The Maori Land Court district that includes most of the Bay of Plenty area is the Waiariki District, which.

Understand why Māori land is important, what you can do right now as a land owner and how Te Tumu Paeroa can support you. Understand how Māori land can generate income, what this income can be used for and how we distribute it to land owners.

Read about succession – the process of passing on shares in Māori land when an owner dies. Māori regard land, soil and water as taonga (treasures). Māori are the kaitiaki (guardians) of these taonga, which provide a source of unity and identity for tangata whenua (local people).

The loss of ancestral lands is a key issue for Māori. Māori want to use their own land management systems to protect and enhance the land. Maori Land Court data last updated: 29/04/, LINZ data last updated/04/ Title Details Report - Block Name Alternate Names Gender Ownership Type Minute Book Reference Ratio SharesFile Size: KB.

Quick search hints: Words separated by spaces are each searched for, ordered by relevance. Words surrounded by double quotes are searched as a phrase e.g: “Ngati Raukawa” Less exactly, “migration occupation”~5 will find migration and occupation within 5 words (in Read more ›. Provides a number of searches and an overview of owners and trustee interests in land that falls under the jurisdiction of the Maori Land Court.

Searchable by name, block or map. Bookmark. IRA: And they are still using the Public Works Act today to try and take maori land. I mean to say we only got 5% of maori land compared to % before the europeans/pakeha’s what ever they like to call themselves (maybe thieves are just a bit to harsher word to use) before their arrival.

Public Works Takings of Maori Land, – 2 Compulsory taking provisions could also be used, even if an owner was involved in a willing agreement, simply to overcome any possible problems with the land title. On the other hand, it cannot always be auto matically assumed either that where land.

This is a guide to viewing a land record in its original paper form. Most of New Zealand’s land records are now in digital form, either on the Landonline system, or within the Archives New Zealand system, which is accessible through Archway. Some of the older, rarely used and more fragile records remain as paper originals only.

The Maori Land Court has been here for years. "It recognises land as taonga tuku iho of special significance to Maori, and for many Maori the court is a taonga in itself. The consultation. Most Maori dry-land fell out of Maori ownership byin part because of the conversion of Maori tribal land into freehold titles.

In Ngati Apa the principal legal question was whether the Maori Land Court had the authority to exercise that jurisdiction in relation to the foreshore and seabed.