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NEW ZEALAND LAW COMMISSION
Te Aka Matua o te Ture
Study Paper 13
Treaty of Waitangi Claims: Addressing the Post-Settlement Phase
An Advisory Report for Te Puni Kökiri,
the Office of Treaty Settlements and
the Chief Judge of the Mäori Land Court
Wellington, New Zealand
The Law Commission is an independent, publicly funded, central advisory body established by statute to undertake the systematic review, reform and development of the law of New Zealand. Its purpose is to help achieve law that is just, principled, and accessible, and that reflects the heritage and aspirations of the peoples of New Zealand.
At the time of preparation of this study paper, the members of the Commission were:The Honourable Justice J Bruce Robertson – President
Treaty of Waitangi claims : addressing the post settlement phase : an advisory report for Te Puni Kökiri, the Office of Treaty Settlements and the Chief Judge of the Mäori Land Court. (Study paper (New Zealand. Law Commission) ; 13) Includes bibliographical references.
1. Treaty of Waitangi (1840) 2. Maori (New Zealand people)—Claims. 3. Maori (New Zealand people)—Legal status, laws, etc. 4. Dispute resolution (Law)
I. New Zealand. Law Commission. II. New Zealand. Ministry of Mäori Development. III. New Zealand. Office of Treaty Settlements. IV. New Zealand. Mäori Land Court.
342.93087308999442—dc 21Study Paper/Law Commission, Wellington, 2002
This study paper is also available on the Internet at the Commission’s website: http://www.lawcom.govt.nz