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November 2017 Whiringa-ā-rangi – Contents

Māori Appellate Court – Te Kōti Pīra Māori

Costs - application dismissed - appellant legally aided - Bratton v  Le Lievre - Muriwhenua Incorporation [2017] Māori Appellate Court 351 (2017 APPEAL 351) - Toni Love

Costs - 60 percent of costs awarded - Muru v Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust - Wani Wani 1 Block [2017] Māori Appellate Court 348 (2017 APPEAL 348) - Toni Love

Costs - 50 per cent of actual costs awarded - Tioro v McCallum - Estate of Ngapiki Waaka Hakaraia [2017] Māori Appellate Court 427 (2017 APPEAL 427) - Toni Love

Procedure - lack of standing - appeal out of time dismissed - Pace v Cain - Parish of Manurewa 196 and 197A Section 2B 4 [2017] Māori Appellate Court 342 (2017 APPEAL 342) - Toni Love

2017 Māori Appellate Court Judgments - index

Māori Land Court - Te Kōti Whenua Māori

Injunction - interim injunction application dismissed - Hau v Riddell - Oue 2B2B2 (2017) 162 Taitokerau MB 50 (162 TTK 50) - Toni Love

Costs - 80 per cent of actual costs awarded - Naera v Fenwick - Whakapoungakau 24 (2017) 169 Waiariki MB 3 (169 WAR 3) - Isabella Wilson

Alienation - transfer of land by court vesting order - enforceable contractual agreement - preferred class of alienees - Solomon v Johnson - Te Mata E3 Block (2017) 139 Waikato Maniapoto MB 240 - Nopera Dennis-McCarthy

Trusts - variation, trustee reduction and partial termination of trust - Huata – Koparakore B2B 2C (2017) 62 Takitimu MB 222 (62 TKT 222) - Nopera Dennis-McCarthy

Māori Reservations - enforcement of obligations of trust and removal of trustees - Amoroa - Omuriwaka Māori Reservation (2017) 163 Waiariki MB 93 (163 WAR 93) - Nopera Dennis-McCarthy

2017 Māori Land Court Judgments - index

Waitangi Tribunal - Te Rōpū Whakamana i Te Tiriti o Waitangi

Waitangi Tribunal Procedure - urgent inquiries - adjourned - settlement Bill before House of Representatives - The Tūwharetoa Deed of Settlement (Nigel Baker) claim (Wai 2622, #2.5.3) - Martha Reilly

Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie student essay competition 2017

Entries have now closed for the 2017 Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie student essay competition sponsored by the Māori Law Review. For more information on the competition go here.

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