July 2013 – Contents

Special Issue - Māori Law Review symposium on the Treaty of Waitangi and the constitution - 12 June 2013

Background to the symposium

The Treaty in the constitution conversation - Craig Linkhorn

Māori, the Treaty and the Constitution - Rt. Hon. Sir Geoffrey Palmer QC

Transition from tradition to modernity - Colin James

Māori constitutionality (and the Treaty of Waitangi) - Māmari Stephens

The Treaty as a normal part of our public life - Amy Dixon

How should we change the way we do business with one another? - Duran Moy

Giving greater effect to Treaty obligations in our constitution would be good for our natural environment - Emma Smith

A constitution includes a hapū, whānau, iwi and Crown relationship - Marama Broughton

The Treaty of Waitangi should play more than a role in our constitution - Julia Whaipooti

Pictures from the symposium

Māori Land Court

Injunction – Court will not interfere where trust acts in accordance with trust order – Taueki v Horowhenua Sailing Club Limited - Horowhenua (11) Lake (2013) 304 Aotea MB 288

Trusts - management - application for rehearing dismissed - Livingstone v Trustees of Lake Taupo Forest Trust - Lake Taupo Forest Trust (2013) 305 Aotea MB 188

Occupation orders - order not to take effect until lease terminates - Paterson - Ahiateatua A8B (2013) 31 Tairawhiti MB 109

Māori Law Review news

Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie student essay competition 2013 - the competition winner will be announced on 8 October 2013

Print version

Download the Māori Law Review July 2013 (655 KB PDF).

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