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July 2016 Hōngongoi – Contents

High Court - Te Kōti Matua

Judicial review - allocation of contested lands based on tikanga Māori - Te Runanga O Ngati Manawa v CNI Iwi Holdings Ltd [2016] NZHC 1183 - James Watson

Māori Land Court - Te Kōti Whenua Māori

Chief Judge's powers - application about an earlier s 44 outcome not possible - Hallett - Opawa Rangitoto 2D and 2G [2016] Chief Judge's MB 88 (2016 CJ 88) - Indiana Shewen

Alienation - vesting order - cancelled - conditions not met - Walker - Kourateuwhi 2E1A1 (2016) 57 Tairawhiti MB 157 (57 TRW 157) - Indiana Shewen

Partition - granted over residential site - Pihama - Akuaku A12 (2016) 57 Tairawhiti MB 200 (57 TRW 200) - Indiana Shewen

Trusts - grounds for trustee removal if no resignation - Haira v White - Te Rihari Trust (2016) 136 Waiariki MB 220 (136 MB 220) - Indiana Shewen

Legislation - Ngā Whakaturetanga

Te Ture mō Te Reo Māori 2016 - Māori Language Act 2016 - new directions, old problems - Māmari Stephens

Te Ture Whenua Māori Bill - policy statement and explanatory note - Toni Love

Treaty of Waitangi relationships - Ngā kōrero rangatira

The relationship between the Crown and Māori - an interview with Ivan Kwok - Kirsten Hagan

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