Navigating Whenua Māori - Te Waka Tuarua
He Waka Tauihu e Parepareā Ana: Navigating Whenua Māori Programme: Toitū Te Tangata
Proudly supported by Te Waka Parepareā Trust 2022
Land Navigators: Lorraine Cassidy and Adrianne Kereopa
Kaiwhakahaere Matua: Joeann Walters
(1)To understand “Mana Tangata” – whānau obligations and responsibilities within the context of engaging with Māori Land Court processes.
(2)To understand, complete and file appropriate applications for Succession (Intestate/Testate), Transfer of Shares and other such applications.
(3)Indepth Trustee Training – to familiarise whānau with the different types of Trusts’ and their purposes and; the obligations and responsibilities of being a Trustee within the Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993.
(LO1) To demonstrate an understanding of the Māori
Land Court processes with a view to complete the appropriate application to file with the Māori Land Court for a
selected piece of whenua that you whakapapa to OR to a piece of whenua that you have an interest in.
(LO2) Conduct an audit of land blocks with a view of applying the process of establishing
an appropriate ‘Trust’ within the legislation of Te Ture Whenua Māori
Act 1993 and other appropriate Acts.
Topics / Indicative Content
Establishing Trust’s Applications
Māori Reservations Applications
Māori Reservations Regulations 1994
Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993
Roles and Functions of the Māori Land Court
LINZ – Land Information New Zealand
MLC – Māori Land Court Information System
MLMBIndex – Research Tool
Online Research Tools
Māori Affairs Act 1953 – 1967