October 2005 Whiringa-ā-nuku – Contents

Māori Appellate Court

Alienation and status of land - sufficient notice of desire to exercise right of first refusal - Collins v Te Whaiti - Kehemane Reserve 2A1 (2005) 14 Tākitimu Appellate MB 42

Māori Land Court

Land Court - change of status application

Land Court - change of status application

Waitangi Tribunal

Report on Criminal Offender Assessment Policies

Other courts and tribunals

Employment Relations Authority – Mäori TV presenter, foreshore protest

Updates

Te Arawa Lakes settlement

Te Roroa settlement

Foreshore and seabed applications

Fisheries settlement payouts

Print edition

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Alienation and status of land – sufficient notice of desire to exercise right of first refusal – Collins

Collins v Te Whaiti - Kehemane Reserve 2A1 

Māori Appellate Court (2005) 14 Tākitimu Appellate MB 42 (14 ACTK 42)

28 October 2005

Unsuccessful appeal against a decision of the Māori Land Court dismissing an application for confirmation of sale of Kehemane Reserve 2A1 and an application for a change of status of the land from Māori freehold land to General land. The preferred class of alienees (PCA) gave sufficient notice of a desire to exercise their right of first refusal.

Download Collins v Te Whaiti - Kehemane Reserve 2A1 (2005) 14 Tākitimu Appellate MB 42 (14 ACTK 42) here (1.2 MB PDF).

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