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October 2015 Whiringa-ā-nuku – Contents

Court of Appeal - Te Kōti Pīra

Partition - appeal dismissed from refusal to partition land - Whaanga v Smith [2015] NZCA 121 - Craig Linkhorn

Māori Land Court - Te Kōti Whenua Māori

Encroachment and access - land swap and private right of way created - Smith - Waiomu 3B2B2B3B3 and Waiomu 3B2B2B3B1B (2015) 105 Waikato Maniapoto MB 12 (105 WMN 12)

Vesting order - granted ahead of creation of whānau trust - Braniff - Motatau 2 Section 52B (2015) 111 Taitokerau MB 299 (111 TTK 299)

Roadways - application dismissed - Quaife - Part Whakapoungakau Roadway 1B3G (2015) 127 Waiariki MB 171 (127 WAR 171)

Waitangi Tribunal - Te Rōpū Whakamana i Te Tiriti o Waitangi

Protecting hapū rangatiratanga - Ngāpuhi Mandate Inquiry Report (Wai 2490, 2015) - Dr Carwyn Jones

Waitangi Tribunal procedure - urgent inquiries - Tauranga Moana Governance Group (Wai 215, Wai 686) - Nicholas Coyle

Book review - Arotakena pukapuka

Still wrestling with laws and histories – a comment on Grant Morris, Prendergast: Legal Villain? - Professor Mark Hickford


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