Māori Appellate Court
Jurisdiction, partition and status of land – Māori Land Court had no jurisdiction to consider applications - Hakiwai v Collier - Omahu 2M3 (2001) 13 Tākitimu Appellate MB 164
Status of land - European owners not exempt from requirements - McKay - Okurupatu B4B2A (2001) 13 Takitimu Appellate MB 154
Rekohu (Chatham Islands) report – part I
Other courts and tribunals
High Court – Taranaki report – bias allegation
High Court - Ngäti Ruanui settlement
High Court - Dog Control Act 1996
Download Maori Law Review May 2001 (109 KB PDF)
Māori Law Review Index December 2000 to November 2001
Hakiwai v Collier - Omahu 2M3
Māori Appellate Court (2001) 13 Tākitimu Appellate MB 164 (13 ACTK 164)
24 May 2001
Successful appeal against the decision of the Māori land Court granting orders to change the status and partition the land in question. The land was General land until a status order was registered against the title. Therefore the Māori Land Court had no jurisdiction to consider the applications for partition.
Download Hakiwai v Collier - Omahu 2M3 (2001) 13 Tākitimu Appellate MB 164 (13 ACTK 164) here (4.39 MB PDF).
McKay - Okurupatu B4B2A
Māori Appellate Court (2001) 13 Takitimu Appellate MB 154 (13 ACTK 154)
15 May 2001
Unsuccessful appeal against a decision in the Māori Land Court. The land was Māori freehold land, not General land and the non-Māori owner was subject to the same requirements as a Māori owner would be regarding alienation. The Appellant had no capacity to alienate the land as he had not complied with the Māori Affairs Act 1953.
Download McKay - Okurupatu B4B2A (2001) 13 Takitimu Appellate MB 154 (13 ACTK 154) here (2.45 MB PDF). read more