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

September 2015 Mahuru – Contents

Māori Land Court - Te Kōti Whenua Māori

Costs - jurisdiction to award costs for a judicial conference - Ratima - Whirinaki 3 (formerly known as Whirinaki No 1 Section 2F2C) (2015) 126 Waiariki MB 73 (126 WAR 73)

Trusts - appointment, replacement and removal of trustees - Hill - Otakanini Māori Reservation (2015) 108 Taitokerau MB 76 (108 TTK 76)

Partition - application granted - Searancke - Lot 3 DP 427106 & Pouawa 1 Sbdn 3 Lot 2 Sec 7 Block (2015) 51 Tairawhiti MB 66 (51 TRW 66)

Procedure - change of venue refused - Ahoy v Henare - Parengarenga 3G Ahu Whenua Trust (2015) 108 Taitokerau MB 66 (108 TTK 66)

Seafood sector

Māori in the seafood sector (fisheries and aquaculture) - the year in review - Justine Inns

Indigenous Law Speaker Series 2015

Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples – recent developments in international law - Tracey Whare will deliver this seminar on 8 September 2015 at the Faculty of Law, Victoria University of Wellington

Online resources - Ngā rauemi ipurangi

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

Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie student essay competition 2015

Entries are welcomed for the 2015 Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie student essay competition sponsored by the Māori Law Review. The competition is open until 5 p.m. Wednesday 30 September 2015. For details on the competition and how to enter go here.

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