2 edition of Maori land courts found in the catalog.
Maori land courts
New Zealand. Royal Commission on the Maori Courts.
|Statement||Chairman, Thaddeus Pearcey McCarthy.|
|Contributions||McCarthy, Thaddeus Pearcey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||149|
A book produced each year by the Māori Trustee listing accounts that are in credit of the persons named. Although the list can be accessed at the Māori Land Court and Te Puni Kokiri offices, moneys must be claimed from the Māori Trustee. Most Maori land records are held by the Maori Land Court. There are some that are registered with The Māori Land Court Summary of the Māori Land Court process How will the Māori Land Court deal with my application? Māori Land Court Rules , Part 4 This flowchart summarises the court process when an application has been lodged under Te
Valmaine Toki's Indigenous Courts, Self-Determination and Criminal Justice (Routledge, Abingdon and New York, ) turns its attention to one of our country's most pressing social issues - the massive over-representation of Māori in our criminal justice system. Crucially, rather than just documenting and critiquing this reality, Toki's book Index of historic Māori Land Court records is now open access. Vital information relating to historic Māori land records is now freely accessible to the public through a brand new
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Māori Land Court. UPDATE: The Māori Land Court protocols set out guidelines as to how the Court will operate in response to COVID For more information you can read our current COVID Level 1, COVID Level 2 and COVID Level 3 Protocols (Updated 12 August ).
You can also read about relief available for Māori Land trusts, incorporations, and assembled owners affected by 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.
Physical records associated with a particular minute book, activity, land block or land area can only be viewed in person at the office in which they are :// Note: Although Māori Land Online is updated regularly, the Māori Land Court and the Ministry of Justice cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information on this site.
To ensure accuracy Maori land courts book information should be checked against the records held by the Māori Land Court and Land Information New Zealand.
Unlike titles registered and issued 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 Index to the Māori Land Court minute books, Case information includes start date, district, place of sitting, judge(s), hapū mentioned in evidence, names of witnesses and :// Māori Land and Appellate Court citation styles and minute book abbreviations are outlined in: The New Zealand Law Style Guide (2nd edition) (external link) and; Our guide to Māori Land Court minute book abbreviations [PDF, KB] Contact us for more :// The Māori Land Court Minute Books Index (MLCMBI) provides quick and easy access to over hand written minute book records which were made between andfrom the Taitokerau, Waikato-Maniapoto, Tairawhiti, Waiariki, Aotea, Takitimu, and Waipounamu Māori Land Court Districts.
The MLCMBI database was created by the University of Our records are usually associated with a particular minute book of the Court, activity, land block or land area within a particular Māori Land Court District. Physical records relating to land blocks are normally held by the office closest to those land blocks.
Free electronic access to our record is also available at any office of the :// MLC- FS1 - Māori Land Court Minute Book Guide – 10/05/ PAGE 1 of 12 This factsheet provides information about, and a summary of, abbreviations used for minute books of the Māori Land Court and Māori Appellate Court Introduction In the year history of the Māori Land Court evidence and decisions have been recorded in local The Māori Land Court Jurisdiction of the Māori Land Court Jurisdiction in relation to Māori land Te Ture Whenua Māori Actss, The Māori Land Court has the power to deal with a range of issues relating to This website, originally launched inprovides a snapshot of current ownership, trustee, memorial and block information for land that falls within the jurisdiction of the Māori Land Court under Te Ture Whenua Māori Act and other legislation – this is primarily Māori Customary and Māori Freehold Land, but also includes, General Land Owned by Māori, Crown Land Reserved for The remaining part of the book is a comprehensive collection of leading judgments of the Native/Maori Land Court and of its appellate body, the Native/Maori Appellate Court.
Each judgment is preceded by a full casenote which explains the case, its context, and its legal and historical :// Maori land records Most Maori land records are held by the Maori Land Court. There are some that are registered with LINZ - See Maori Land Online; Land Information Memoranda (LIM) reports Land Information Memoranda (LIM) reports are produced by local councils.
Sometimes a council may require a copy of a Computer Register before you can get a COVID response. If you are looking for the latest legal information relating current Coronavirus laws in New Zealand, check out our new section: Coronavirus and the :// 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 :// Quick search hints: Words separated by spaces are each searched for, ordered by relevance. Words surrounded by double quotes are searched as a phrase e.g: “Ngati Raukawa” Less exactly, “migration occupation”~5 will find migration and occupation within 5 words (in Read more › However, Part One – ‘Introduction: The Native Land Court and Associated Courts ’ – is made up of ten chapters and could almost stand as a book in its own right as an insightful historical analysis of the development of Māori land law in this Maori Land Court Judgments and Decisions Judgments and decisions from the Maori Appellate Court.
Available through the Ministry of Justice website. Māori Land Court Minute Books A valuable source of information on Māori land, whakapapa and iwi histories.
Papatupu Block Committee Minute Books Taitokerau and Tairawhiti districts, Minute Book: 87 OPO IN THE MAORI LAND COURT OF NEW ZEALAND WAIARIKI DISTRICT Place: Gisborne A search of the Maori land records revealed that this block is no longer a Maori land block. detailed analysis of certain other sections of Te Ture Whenua Maori Act and the District Courts Act Really it is a whole book in its own right comprising pages.
It outlines and comments on the origins and operations of the Native Land Court and the less well known but highly important Compensation Court that laid down important precedents from confiscated land districts that were applied in Land Court operations in the whole.
This is a book that opens up an almost entirely new territory of legal historical research and places Māori agency at the forefront of the narrative. By unearthing little-known stories of Māori direct engagement in New Zealand’s early courts, Dorsett shines a light on important aspects of our early colonial :// The Māori Land Court Information available from the Māori Land Court What information can I get from the Māori Land Court?
The court provides access to: application forms for various court orders ownership lists details of Māori land trusts and their trustees In the Maori Land Court Minute Books were inscribed on the UNESCO Memory of the World New Zealand Register.
Online index – For searches beforeit is easiest to use the Māori Land Court database via public kiosks in the reading rooms. It would be helpful to know the appropriate Māori Land Court :// /researching/research-guides/maori/maori-land-court.