News and important notices relating to the Māori Land Court and Māori Appellate Court

Note: For more information about upcoming sittings of the Māori Land Court or Māori Appellate Court you can read our National Pānui.

  1. Whenua Maori Webinar

    Whenua Māori Webinar Series

    by Te Tiratū

    Calling whenua Māori landowners in Tai Tokerau, our Whenua Māori Roadshow is coming online!

  2. Hayden Potaka Pirihira Cribb

    Whenua Māori Summit

    Free webinar series for Māori whenua ownersOur Māori Land Court colleagues are helping deliver webinars to Māori landowners focused on connection to the land, future uses and possibilities, and the advice support that’s available to owners.The court’s Pae Manawa (Principal Liaison Officer) for the Aotea region Hayden Potaka is part...

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    SILNA Hāwea / Wānaka UPDATE:

    AN UPDATE ON THE LIST FOR THE Hāwea / Wānaka SILNA SUBSTITUTE LAND
    September 2021
    The Māori Land Court has released an updated working list of potential owners entitled to the Hāwea/Wānaka Substitute Land (Section 2 of 5 Block XIV Lower Wanaka Survey District) under Section 15 of the Ngāi Tahu Deed...

  4. New Judges Announcement

    Kei aku iti kei aku rahi tēnā koutou tēnā tātou katoa!  Ka waipuketia ngā roimata mo te hunga kua riro ki te pō, hoki atu koutou ki ngā paepae o Matariki.  Hoki ora mai ai ki tātou ngā kanohi ora, tēnā tātou.  Tēnā hoki tātou e tiaki i a tātou...

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    Trusts Act 2019

    Replacing the Trustee Act 1956, the new Trusts Act is the first major reform of trust law in Aotearoa New Zealand in 70 years.

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    Te Ture Whenua Maori Amendment Act 2020 passed

    Te Ture Whenua Maori (Succession, Dispute Resolution, and Related Matters) Amendment Act 2020 passed on 24 July 2020 and was given Royal assent on 6 August 2020. The new legislation comes into effect on Waitangi Day, 6 February 2021 and represents the most significant changes to Te Ture Whenua Maori...

  7. Te Ture Whenua Māori Amendment Bill

    Te Ture Whenua Māori (Succession, Dispute Resolution, and Related Matters) Amendment Bill was introduced into Parliament on 19 September 2019.