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December 2014 Hakihea – Contents

Māori Land Court

Chief Judge’s powers – orders vesting urupā cancelled – Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa v Paul – Otara o Muturangi [2014] Chief Judge’s MB 615

Status of land – no change to General land to facilitate sale – Skudder – Tahorakuri A No 1 Sec 8B and Lot 1 DP South Auckland 63822 (2014) 109 Waiariki MB 203

Licence to occupy – objective approach to dealings – Pohatu v Muriwhenua Incorporation – Te Hapua 42 (2014) 91 Taitokerau MB 251

Partition – hybrid partition for all owners – Heta – Taiharuru 4C3B (2014) 88 Taitokerau MB 136

Partition – insufficient support and unnecessary – MacDonald v MacDonald – Wairau Blk.XII Sec. 6C 2C (2014) 27 Te Waipounamu MB 68

Partition, ownership – conditional partition upheld – Morrison – Te Kaha No.2C Block (2014) 105 Waiariki MB 183

Waitangi Tribunal

Crown review of Māori Community Development Act and Māori Wardens breaches Treaty principles – Whaia te Mana Motuhake / In Pursuit of Mana Motuhake: Report on the Māori Community Development Act Claim (Wai 2417, 2014)

Taonga waterways – Lake WaikaremoanaTe Urewera Part 5 (Wai 894. 2014)

United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

Indigenous Peoples’ Good Governance, Human Rights and Self-Determination in the Second Decade of the New Millennium – A Māori Perspective by Dr Robert Joseph

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