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2 edition of Succession to Maori land. found in the catalog.

Succession to Maori land.

New Zealand. Maori and Island Affairs Dept.

Succession to Maori land.

by New Zealand. Maori and Island Affairs Dept.

  • 256 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published in [Wellington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Inheritance and succession (Maori law),
    • Inheritance and succession -- New Zealand.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[6] p.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5093768M
      LC Control Number74165393

      Maori Land can always be, well, interesting! There are 2 things from what I understand - succession - which is what you have done - then the land block administration. Theoretically the administrator - be it a Ahu Whenua Trust or the Maori Trustee are obligated to do accounts and release monies in a . Maori Land Court Minutes The minutes of the court contain a great deal of whakapapa, which has been recorded to prove title and succession to land. Care needs to be taken, however, for there were some people who attempted to falsify whakapapa to gain land.

      executed on the twelfth day of June, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, by which the chiefs of the Ngaitahu tribe surrendered to the New Zealand Company certain Maori lands in the South Island; together with the descendants of any such persons, or the successors to any such persons as determined by the Maori Land Court." 4. The booklet then. This book is a richly illustrated, comprehensive history of Te Tau Ihu O Te Waka a Maui - the Nelson and Marlborough region. The ancestral tribes and more recent Maori occupiers of the Nelson and Marlborough region have left traaditions of the creation, shaping. discovery and Occupation of these lands which are as rich and detailed as the tribal accounts from any other region of New Zealand or 4/5(1).

        Welcome to the Whakapapa Club Forums where you will find a wealth of information. You are free to browse the forums, but if you wish to comment or add requests, you must register, which is quick and easy and you can even use your Facebook Login.. Once you have signed up and posted either a reply or a new post it will not appear in the forums until it has been approved – this is to stop spam. National Theme K: Maori Land Councils and Maori Land Boards, D Loveridge National Theme L: Crown Policy on Maori Reserved Lands and Lands Restricted from Alienation, J E Murray National Theme N: Goldmining: Policy, Legislation, and Administration, Dr R Anderson National Theme P: The Maori Land Court and Land Boards, to , T Bennion.


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Succession to Maori land by New Zealand. Maori and Island Affairs Dept. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Succession to Māori land, [Tom Bennion; Judi Boyd; New Zealand. Waitangi Tribunal.] -- An historical account of the New Zealand government's policy and legislation with respect to accession to land in the Maori Land Court in the twentieth century.

Discusses the basic approach to Maori. Succession is one of a series of Māori Land Court booklets designed to help Māori—and anyone else with an interest—to gain a fuller understanding of current Māori land Size: 1MB. Succession is the process of passing on shares in Māori land when an owner dies.

The Māori Land Court handles all matters of succession. Process for passing on shares in Māori land When an owner dies, the Māori Land Court handles the legal process of passing on shares in Māori land from one generation to the next.

If there is no evidence demonstrating the whāngai’s whakapapa to the land, it does not mean they cannot succeed to the interest. A whāngai can still succeed to a lesser extent, such as by way of a life interest. When making a Will it is important that any provisions for succession to your Māori land interests are clearly set out.

The period covered by this book saw many significant new developments in the field of Maori land law. These new developments included the Maori land development programme pioneered by Sir Apirana Turupa Ngata and many changes to the law relating to the succession (whether by will or intestacy) of interests in Maori freehold land.

Succession is where an interest in land (including shares in Māori land) is transferred from a person who has died to the people who are entitled to take the deceased person's property (the “successors”).

With Māori land, an order from the Māori Land Court is necessary to transfer the deceased person's land interests to his or her successors. If an owner with Māori Land interests is deceased, and a succession has not previously been dealt with by the Court or a Registrar, you can use this form to seek a determination from the Court as to those persons entitled to a deceased’s Māori Land interests and File Size: KB.

The Māori Land Court (MLC) hold regular succession hearings in each rohe around the country to hear whānau submissions, and record successions.

When you submit a succession application, your MLC case manager will schedule a hearing for you. This is a pānui (notice) issued by the Māori Land Court inwhich lists land-succession applications to the court. The applicant, the block of land and the deceased are recorded. The court would have examined each of these applications and determined whether the application for succession was valid.

Succession is an easy process - I suggest that you contact your nearest Maori Land Court officer and ask to speak with one of their Advisory officers.

They will ask you a set of question to determine which succession application is appropriate for you and your whanau - this depends your sisters date of death, whether her Will is probated etc.

Succession to land Read about succession – the process of passing on shares in Māori land when an owner dies. The Māori Land Court handles all matters of succession. Succession was often recorded in ordinary Minute Books or in Succession Books.

Māori-run Block Committees in Taitokerau & Tairāwhiti, and District Māori Land Boards from led by Pākehā both created Minute Books.

Title: Form 21 succession (grant of administration), Author: Whenua Māori Open Source, Name: Form 21 succession (grant of administration), Length: 12 pages, Page: 1, Published: Issuu.

Well i guess it's up to you wether you decide to go for succession. Have posted on 'Succession to Whanau Land', visit the website and have a read, maybe this will help you with your decision.

I understand it is not an easy task to go for succession of land, but all i can say is give it a go. Arohamai, Ko Ira tenei: jj Posts: 4 New. The Māori Land Information System is our primary case management, land registry and document management system.

You can use this system when you visit us. The system allows court staff to: process applications. access a range of historic and current.

When an owner of Māori land dies it is necessary for the person or persons succeeding to that land, to prove their entitlement or right of succession. To do this they must present their whakapapa to the Māori Land Court. (Paewai,p6).Author: Auckland Libraries.

Status orders (declaring the status of land to be Māori land or General land) Māori reservation recommendations (purpose and beneficiaries of a Māori reservation) Māori Incorporation orders (creating Incorporations and setting objects for the Incorporation) Orders of the Chief Judge.

Plans of Māori land. A: The Māori Land Court administers all matters relating to succession. For the purposes of Part IV of Te Ture Whenua Māori Act "administration" also means probate of the will of a deceased person.

Once the Court issues a succession order, they may produce the order to LINZ for registration in the Land Title system. Form 22 Rule (1),(2) APPLICATION FOR SUCCESSION WHEN NO GRANT OF ADMINISTRATION IS HELD Te Ture Whenua Mäori Act Sections and You'll need to complete an application for a succession order and lodge it with the Māori Land Court.

(For information about the application process, see “The Māori Land Court / Applying to the Māori Land Court for an order” in this chapter.). Maori Land Court Minute Book Records Sheet We have created a Maori Land Court Minute Book Records sheet template that you can download to help keep track of everything when you are using the Maori Land Court Minute Books for researching whakapapa as there is a wealth of information held in the MLCM (Maori Land Court Minutes) book records.Created Date: 5/8/ PM.• Maori Investments Limited Constitution The provisions of the Act are negated, modified, adopted and extended by the Maori Investments Limited Constitution.

The Maori Land Court cannot make succession orders for Maori Investments Limited shares. Succession to Maori land is dealt with under the Te Ture Whenua Maori Act byFile Size: KB.