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February 2016 Hui tanguru – Contents

Māori Land Court - Te Kōti Whenua Māori

Injunction - interim injunction declined - Cooper v Cooper - Motatau 2 Section 22D (2015) 118 Taitokerau MB 184 (118 TTK 184)

Status of land - change of status refused - Makoare - Opanake 2K2K (2015) 112 Taitokerau MB 178 (112 TTK 178)

Alienation - confirmation - Matauri Bay Properties Limited v Proprietors of Matauri X Incorporation - Lot 1 DP 451540 & 71 (2015) 117 Taitokerau MB 39 (117 TTK 39)

Trusts - removal of trustee and enforcing obligations of trust - Vercoe v Keepa - Ruatoki B92 and Ruatoki B13A 2A (2015) 131 Waiariki MB 31 (131 WAR 31)

Trusts - amendments to trust order despite litigation about trustee actions - Barnes v Adlam - Matata Parish 39A 2A Ahu Whenua Trust (2015) 127 Waiariki MB 184 (127 WAR 184)

Māori reservation – land set aside as urupā - conditions - Graham - Parish of Komakorau Lot 240B2 (2015) 110 Waikato Maniapoto MB 161 (110 WMN 161)

Waitangi Tribunal - Te Rōpū Whakamana i Te Tiriti o Waitangi

Waitangi Tribunal procedure - an inquiry plan for the backlog of historical claims - Nicholas Coyle

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