Control over whānau taonga

Jones v Wickliffe

High Court [2012] NZHC 1960

7 August 2012

The parties disputed who had rights to possession of two kakahu (feather cloaks) as whānau taonga (treasured family heirlooms).  The Court dismissed the defendant's application to strike out the plaintiff's claim that she was entitled to possession of the kakahu.

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