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Maori property rights and the foreshore and seabed : the last frontier edited by Claire Charters and Andrew Erueti.

Contributor(s): Charters, Claire | Erueti, Andrew | Erueti, Andrew K.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington [N.Z.] : Victoria University Press 2007Description: xiii, 205, [4] pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780864735539 (pbk.) :.Uniform titles: Maori propert rights and the foreshore and seabed : the last frontier Subject(s): New Zealand. Foreshore and Seabed Act 2004 | Seashore -- New Zealand -- Law and legislation | Ocean bottom -- New Zealand -- Law and legislation | Customary law -- New Zealand | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Legal status, laws, etc | Takutai moana | Kaitiakitanga | Ture whenua | Mana whenua | Seashore -- Law and legislation -- New Zealand | Ocean bottom -- Law and legislation -- New Zealand | Maori -- Legal status, laws, etc | Māori -- Claims | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Claims | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Legal status, laws, etc | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Land tenureDDC classification: z346.93 MAO
Contents:
Historical perspective. -- Foreshore and seabed in New Zealand law : a legal-historical introduction / Richard Boast -- Wi Parata is dead, long live Wi Parata / David V. Williams -- Comparative perspective. -- An Australian comparision on Native title to the foreshore and seabed / Shaunnagh Dorsett -- Legal rights and legislative wrongs : Ma¿¿ori claims to the foreshore and seabed / Kent McNeil -- Specific issues. -- The foreshore and seabed legislation: resource- and marine-management issues / Catherine Iorns Magallanes -- Fiduciary duties to Ma¿¿ori and the Foreshore and Seabed Act 2004: how does it compare and what have Ma¿¿ori lost? / Claire Charters -- International perspective. -- The recognition of indigenous peoples' rights to traditional lands: the evaluation of states by international treaty bodies / Andrew Erueti.
Historical perspective. -- Foreshore and seabed in New Zealand law : a legal-historical introduction / Richard Boast -- Wi Parata is dead, long live Wi Parata / David V. Williams -- Comparative perspective. -- An Australian comparision on Native title to the foreshore and seabed / Shaunnagh Dorsett -- Legal rights and legislative wrongs : Māori claims to the foreshore and seabed / Kent McNeil -- Specific issues. -- The foreshore and seabed legislation: resource- and marine-management issues / Catherine Iorns Magallanes -- Fiduciary duties to Māori and the Foreshore and Seabed Act 2004: how does it compare and what have Māori lost? / Claire Charters -- International perspective. -- The recognition of indigenous peoples' rights to traditional lands: the evaluation of states by international treaty bodies / Andrew Erueti.
Historical perspective. -- Foreshore and seabed in New Zealand law : a legal-historical introduction / Richard Boast -- Wi Parata is dead, long live Wi Parata / David V. Williams -- Comparative perspective. -- An Australian comparison on native title to the foreshore and seabed / Shaunnagh Dorsett -- Legal rights and legislative wrongs : Māori claims to the foreshore and seabed / Kent McNeil -- Specific issues. -- The foreshore and seabed legislation: Resource-and marine-management issues / Catherine Iorns Magallanes -- Fiduciary duties to maori and the foreshore an dseabed act 2004: How does it compare and what have maori lost / Claire Charters -- International perspective. -- The recognition of indigenous peoples' rights to traditional lands: The evaluation of states by international treaty bodies / Andrew Erueti.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Exploring an issue of international significance, this collection of essays addresses the reconciliation of the pre-existing, inherent rights of indigenous peoples with those held and asserted by the state. Focusing upon the Maori tribes of New Zealand, topics include the historical origins of the Ngati Apa decision--one of the most controversial modern decisions on Maori rights--how the Foreshore and Seabed Act (FSA) compares with schemes created in other countries with indigenous inhabitants, how the FSA has led to major changes in the country's political landscape, and how it stacks up against international human rights and environmental laws. This detailed study also explores New Zealand's legislation and how it has undermined the rights of Maori tribes, tipping the reconciliation process too far in favor of the state.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes index.

Pt. 1. Historical perspective. -- Foreshore and seabed in New Zealand law : a legal-historical introduction / Richard Boast -- Wi Parata is dead, long live Wi Parata / David V. Williams -- Pt. 2. Comparative perspective. -- An Australian comparision on Native title to the foreshore and seabed / Shaunnagh Dorsett -- Legal rights and legislative wrongs : Ma¿¿ori claims to the foreshore and seabed / Kent McNeil -- Pt. 3. Specific issues. -- The foreshore and seabed legislation: resource- and marine-management issues / Catherine Iorns Magallanes -- Fiduciary duties to Ma¿¿ori and the Foreshore and Seabed Act 2004: how does it compare and what have Ma¿¿ori lost? / Claire Charters -- Pt. 4. International perspective. -- The recognition of indigenous peoples' rights to traditional lands: the evaluation of states by international treaty bodies / Andrew Erueti.

Pt. 1. Historical perspective. -- Foreshore and seabed in New Zealand law : a legal-historical introduction / Richard Boast -- Wi Parata is dead, long live Wi Parata / David V. Williams -- Pt. 2. Comparative perspective. -- An Australian comparision on Native title to the foreshore and seabed / Shaunnagh Dorsett -- Legal rights and legislative wrongs : Māori claims to the foreshore and seabed / Kent McNeil -- Pt. 3. Specific issues. -- The foreshore and seabed legislation: resource- and marine-management issues / Catherine Iorns Magallanes -- Fiduciary duties to Māori and the Foreshore and Seabed Act 2004: how does it compare and what have Māori lost? / Claire Charters -- Pt. 4. International perspective. -- The recognition of indigenous peoples' rights to traditional lands: the evaluation of states by international treaty bodies / Andrew Erueti.

Pt. 1. Historical perspective. -- Foreshore and seabed in New Zealand law : a legal-historical introduction / Richard Boast -- Wi Parata is dead, long live Wi Parata / David V. Williams -- Pt. 2. Comparative perspective. -- An Australian comparison on native title to the foreshore and seabed / Shaunnagh Dorsett -- Legal rights and legislative wrongs : Māori claims to the foreshore and seabed / Kent McNeil -- Pt. 3. Specific issues. -- The foreshore and seabed legislation: Resource-and marine-management issues / Catherine Iorns Magallanes -- Fiduciary duties to maori and the foreshore an dseabed act 2004: How does it compare and what have maori lost / Claire Charters -- Pt. 4. International perspective. -- The recognition of indigenous peoples' rights to traditional lands: The evaluation of states by international treaty bodies / Andrew Erueti.

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Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Preface (p. vii)
  • Table of Cases (p. ix)
  • Table of Statutes (p. xiii)
  • Introduction (p. 1)
  • Part 1 Historical Perspective
  • Foreshore and Seabed in New Zealand Law: A Legal-Historical Introduction (p. 9)
  • Wi Parata is Dead, Long Live Wi Parata (p. 31)
  • Part 2 Comparative Perspective
  • An Australian Comparison on Native Title to the Foreshore and Seabed (p. 59)
  • Legal Rights and Legislative Wrongs: Maori Claims to the Foreshore and Seabed (p. 83)
  • Part 3 Specific Issues
  • The Foreshore and Seabed Legislation: Resource- and Marine-Management Issues (p. 119)
  • Fiduciary Duties to Maori and the Foreshore and Seabed Act 2004: How Does it Compare and What Have Maori Lost? (p. 143)
  • Part 4 International Perspective
  • The Recognition of Indigenous Peoples' Rights to Traditional Lands: The Evaluation of States by International Treaty Bodies (p. 175)
  • Contributors (p. 206)
  • Index (p. 208)