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August 2015 Here-turi-kōkā – Contents

Māori Land Court - Te Kōti Whenua Māori

Ownership of land - whether land is General land owned by Māori - Baker v Thomas Baker Whānau Trust (2015) 41 Takitimu MB 281 (41 TKT 281)

Trusts - review and variation of trust order - Horne v Anaru - Pukehina M Sec. 2A, No Section 2B No.2 and M2D Aggregated (2015) 123 Waiariki MB 40 (123 WAR 40)

Trusts - removal of trustees - Porou – Whareongaonga 5 Trust (2015) 49 Tairawhiti MB 46 (49 TRW 46)

Occupation orders - granted in the face of majority opposition - Peita –Panguru C27A2 Block (2015) 104 Taitokerau MB 5 (104 TTK 5)

Māori Incorporations - removal of members of committee of management denied - Tahata v Tahata - Proprietors of Ngāwhakatutu A1A (2015) 49 Tairawhiti MB 251 (49 TRW 251)

Title reconstruction - partition refused - insufficient support - Ogle - Mangamuka East No. 1B No. 1B (2015) 103 Taitokerau 284 (103 TTK 284)

Legislation - Ngā Whakaturetanga

Review of Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993 – exposure draft Bill and consultation - Haratua 2015

Indigenous Law Speaker Series 2015

Our 2015 seminars continue in Auckland during August where Tracey Whare, Bernadette Arapere and Paul Beverley will give seminars

Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples – recent developments in international law - Tracey Whare will deliver the fourth of our 2015 seminars on 13 August 2015 at the University of Auckland Faculty of Law

Online resources - Ngā rauemi ipurangi

Legal Māori Resource Hub - explore how Māori language has been used in legal contexts over nearly two centuries

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