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April 2015 Paenga-whāwhā – Contents

Court of Appeal - Te Kōti Pira

Trusts - variation - Appellate Court decision upheld - The Te Aute Trust Board v Hauraki [2014] NZCA 532

Māori Land Court - Te Kōti Whenua Māori

Alienation - gifts - gift declined for contravening kaupapa of Act - Smith - Hauai 2D8 (2015) 99 Taitokerau MB 200

Partition - final orders after survey - Chase-Seymour - Paenoa Te Akau (2015) 114 Waiariki MB 195

Land exchange - costs and change of status - Whooley - Ngaiotonga 1B1 and 2B1 and Lots 1 - 2, and 3 DP383105 (2015) 99 Taitokerau MB 138

Trusts - application for review of the Parehuia June Durie Kaitiaki Trust - Deputy Registrar v Graham - Parehuia June Durie Kaitiaki Trust (2015) 334 Aotea MB 201 (334 AOT 201) (2015) 334 Aotea MB 201

Trusts - Application to enforce obligations of trust against the trustees of Purekawa A Trust - Whare v Trustees of Pukerewa A Trust – Pukerewa A Block (2015) 95 Waikato Maniapoto MB 105

Waitangi Tribunal

Waitangi Tribunal procedure - Tribunal revokes priority hearing on prisoner voting - Directions of the Deputy Chairperson Rescinding Grant of Priority in the Electoral (Disqualification of Sentenced Prisoners) Amendment Act Claim (2015 Wai 2472, #2.5.11)

Book review

Are We There Yet? The Future of the Treaty of Waitangi: A Review - Max Harris

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