September 2016 Mahuru – Contents

Supreme Court - Te Kōti Mana Nui

Judicial review - use of land in a Treaty settlement - Ririnui v Landcorp Farming Limited Supreme Court [2016] NZSC 62 - Leo Watson

High Court - Te Kōti Matua

Procedure – whether interim order to continue - validity of resolutions – serious issue - Durie v Paul [2016] NZHC 683 - James Watson

Māori Land Court - Te Kōti Whenua Māori

Injunction - permanent injunction - granted by a narrow margin - long-term occupant - Walker v Flight - Waipapa 1D 2B 3B (2016) 352 Aotea MB 211 (352 AOT 211) - Emerald UnRuh

Costs – application dismissed – Johnston v Anderson - Herapeka Hinewehi Ahu Whenua (2016) 147 Waiariki MB 37 (147 WAR 37) - Toni Love

Recovery of land – unlawful occupation - injunction to vacate - Tau v Tahere - Rangihamama X3A (2016) 137 Taitokerau MB 68 (137 TTK 68) - Martha Reilly

Trusts – trustee appointment - review and enforcement adjourned - Hakiwai - Owhaoko C1, C2, C4, C5, and C7 (2016) 52 Takitimu MB 130 (52 TKT 130)

Trusts - conditional removal of trustee - cancelled on objections made - MacDonald v Wynyard (2016) 131 Taitokerau MB 149 (131 TTK 149) - Emerald UnRuh

Trusts – trustees removed - review of payments ordered - Hunia v Skerrett-White - Kawerau A8D (2016) 146 Waiariki MB 281 (146 WAR 281) - Martha Reilly

Trusts - application to summon meeting of owners dismissed - Hill v Maori Trustee - Mangatainoka 1BC2B3 (2016) 50 Takitimu MB 28 (50 TKT 28) - Indiana Shewen

Succession - ownership of house on trust land - Anderson – Te Raupo (2015) 99 Taitokerau MB 206 (99 TTK 206) - Toni Love

Legislation - Ngā Whakaturetanga

Te Awa Tupua (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) Bill – the endless quest for justice - Linda Te Aho

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

Print version

Download the Māori Law Review September 2016 (654 KB PDF)

Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie student essay competition 2016

We welcome entries for the 2016 Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie student essay competition sponsored by the Māori Law Review. The competition is open until 5 p.m. Friday 30 September 2016. For details on the competition and how to enter go here.

Student editor

The Co-editors of the Māori Law Review want to appoint a Student Editor for 2017 to assist with producing the Review.

Indigenous Law Speaker Series 2016

Te Awa Tupua: exploring the legal status of the Whanganui River - Professor Mark Hickford and Gerrard Albert will deliver this seminar on 5 October 2016

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