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The Māori Law Review is a monthly review of law affecting Māori, the indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand.

June 2016 Pipiri – Contents

Māori Land Court - Te Kōti Whenua Māori

Status of land - General land - The General Trust Board of the Diocese of Auckland - Taumatawiwi(2016) 127 Taitokerau MB 169 (127 TTK 169) - Indiana Shewen

Alienation - gift of land to restore whānau connection granted - Gunson - Waikawa Village Section 10C (2016) 35 Te Waipounamu MB 248 (35 TWP 248) - Indiana Shewen

Māori Incorporations - jurisdiction to review decisions - Firmin v The Committee of Management of Atihau Whanganui Incorporation (2016) 352 Aotea MB 233 (352 AOT 233) - Emerald UnRuh

Legislation - Ngā Whakaturetanga

Te Ture Whenua Māori Bill

Policy statement and explanatory note - Toni Love

Preliminary provisions - Toni Love

Status of land and whenua tāpui (Māori reservations) - Toni Love

Ownership interests in Māori freehold land - Toni Love

Disposing of interests in Māori land - Toni Love

Succession - Toni Love

Management entities - Toni Love

Registers and the Māori Land Court - Toni Love

Dispute resolution - Toni Love

Māori Law Review events

Te Ture Whenua Māori Bill – seminars - Wellington (17 June 2016) and Auckland (24 June 2016)

Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Canada - fully endorses United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples - Emerald UnRuh

Book review - Arotakena pukapuka

Indigenous Intellectual Property: A Handbook of Contemporary Research - Aroha Te Pareake Mead

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