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Report on the Crown"s foreshore and seabed policy.

New Zealand. Waitangi Tribunal.

Report on the Crown"s foreshore and seabed policy.

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Published by Legislation Direct in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Treaty of Waitangi (1840),
    • Shore protection -- Law and legislation -- New Zealand.,
    • Ocean bottom -- Law and legislation -- New Zealand.,
    • Marine mineral resources -- Law and legislation -- New Zealand.,
    • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Claims.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesWaitangi Tribunal report
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKUQ2556 .N45 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 181 p. :
      Number of Pages181
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3370138M
      ISBN 101869562720
      LC Control Number2004445722

      The New Zealand foreshore and seabed controversy is a debate in the politics of New concerns the ownership of the country's foreshore and seabed, with many Māori groups claiming that Māori have a rightful claim to title. These claims are based around historical possession and the Treaty of the 18 November , the New Zealand Parliament passed a law which deems the. Start studying New Zealand Legal History. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. In which report was it recommended that "a Treaty be concluded with Maori as part of a broader policy of extending British rule to cover NZ" in ? Established crown ownership over foreshore and seabed.


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Report on the Crown"s foreshore and seabed policy. by New Zealand. Waitangi Tribunal. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Enclosed is the Report on the Crown’s Foreshore and Seabed Policy,the outcome of an urgent hearing in Wellington from 20–23 and 28–29 January The topic of the report is well known to you and your colleagues.

We set out our main findings, the prejudice, and our primary recommendation in the introduction to the report,File Size: 1MB. COVID Resources.

Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to Report on the Crowns foreshore and seabed policy.

book coronavirus. Report on the Crown's foreshore and seabed policy / New Zealand. Waitangi Tribunal. Beyond biculturalism: the politics of an indigenous minority, by Dominic O'Sullivan. Political leadership in New Zealand / edited by Raymond Miller and Michael Mintrom.

Treaty of Waitangi. Its Report on the Crown’s Foreshore and Seabed Policy was released on 4 March The Government was, therefore, able to take into account those findings as it took final policy decisions and drafted the bill. In particular, the bill incorporates a codified.

The Waitangi Tribunal, in its report on the Crown’s Foreshore and Seabed Policy, found: ‘Where the Crown has acted in breach of the principles of the Treaty, and Māori have suffered prejudice as a result, we consider that the Crown has a clear duty to set matters right.

This is the principle of redress, where the Crown is required to act so as to ‘restore the honour and integrity of the Crown and the mana and. relating to the Crown’s foreshore and seabed policy, and published its report in March Mohaka ki Ahuriri District Report The Tribunal published its two-volume report on the 20 claims in the Mohaka ki Ahuriri inquiry district in June (see feature article in this issue).

Tauranga Raupatu Report The Tribunal completed its report on those aspects of the 55 Tauranga Moana claims which relate to war. The Crown owns the sea bed and foreshore for its own patrimonial benefit. It follows that the Crown is entitled to alienate its property.

Thus the Crown can grant a real right in the foreshore or sea bed to a third party, for example a lease of part of the sea bed for fish farming. or permanent moorings. Fact sheet: Foreshore and Seabed. 3 July Kia ora, below is a Q & A fact sheet re the debate about the foreshore and seabed, prepared by Te Hau Tikanga /.

Our brilliant places on the seabed and coast. On an increasingly busy seabed, we work closely with industry and stakeholders to help ensure the waters of England, Wales and Northern Ireland continue to be a brilliant place to invest. We also manage around half of the foreshore surrounding these areas.

Waitangi Tribunal, Report on the Crown's Foreshore and Seabed Policy, WAI (Wellington: Waitangi Tribunal, March ), Re-Treating Intellectual Author: Benjamin J.

Richardson. Committ ee in on the Foreshore and Seabed Bill and the Waitangi Tribunal’s Report on the Crown’s Foreshore and Seabed Policy; and • Undertake consultati on with Māori and the general public through a series of public meeti ngs and Report on the Crowns foreshore and seabed policy.

book. The Panel is encouraged to invite key commentators to speak to it and will. foreshore and seabed policy heard in and 1 Ngati Apa v Attorney-General [] 3 NZLR 2 TE Durie, RP Boast and H O'Regan Report of the Ministerial Review Panel: Ministerial Review Panel Review of the Foreshore and Seabed Act (Ministry of Justice, Wellington, ) [Ministerial Review Panel Report].

foreshore and seabed, and to advise on possible reforms with a view to improving clarity and consistency.". We have been requested by the Scottish Executive to report on the reference by 31 December The terms of our reference require us to approach our review of the law of the.

In March the Waitangi Tribunal Report on the Urgent Hearings into the Crown's Foreshore and Seabed Policy (WAI ) was released. The Tribunal found that the policy breaches the Treaty of Waitangi in "fundamental and serious" ways that give rise to "serious prejudice". They also found that "the policy fails in terms of wider.

Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson today released the report of the Ministerial Review Panel which he commissioned on the Foreshore and Seabed Act The report includes the panel’s advice and sets out a range of options on how to best recognise both customary and public interests in the coastal marine area.

“The panel has completed the vital first stage of the review. Tariana Turia, Co-leader, Maori Party Second Reading, Foreshore and Seabed Bill, 16 November The last time that I was granted leave to speak on the Foreshore and Seabed Bill, was on a.

(2) In its Report on the Crown’s Foreshore and Seabed Policy (Wai ), the Waitangi Tribunal found the policy underpinning the Act in breach of the Treaty of Waitangi. Crown and Mäori on some of the key components of the foreshore and seabed debate than both sides realise, and recommended that the government revisit its policy.

The Tribunal found the policy breached Article 2 in both an historical and a modern context. Its Report stated that, historically, the Crown. The New Zealand foreshore and seabed controversy is a debate in the politics of New concerns the ownership of the country's foreshore and seabed, with many Māori groups claiming that Māori have a rightful claim to claims are based around historical possession and the Treaty of 18 Novemberthe New Zealand Parliament passed a law which deems the title.

The Crown Estate Commissioners' role in managing the foreshore and seabed rights also means that they are responsible for leasing the seabed for a range of activities including wind, wave and tidal renewable energy developments, telecommunications cables, oil and gas pipelines, 5, licensed moorings and aquaculture sites.

Foreshore and Seabed (by Richard Boast, LexisNexis, Wellington, ). Foreshore and Seabed is a detailed work that sets about describing the body of law that applies to the foreshore and seabed (and, briefly, riverbeds, lakebeds and minerals) in New particular, it analyses the common law and customary rights that relate to ownership and use of the foreshore and seabed, the Court of.

However, in South Island Maori lodged a foreshore and seabed claim with the Maori Land Court over a marine farming consent dispute with the Marlborough District Council.[3] At the time the Crown argued that the Maori Land Court had no jurisdiction over the foreshore and seabed and tried to stop the claim.

But it went ahead. The government’s discussion document outlining their proposed foreshore and seabed legislation was launched at the beginning of Easter.[1] The period for submissions closes on April 30th. The Attorney-General Chris Finlayson, who is leading the process, has stated that he is interested in the views of New Zealanders.

Yet, because of his unseemly haste, most non-Maori are not even aware that. The effects of the Foreshore and Seabed Bill on the jurisdiction of the Maori Land Court.

While the division between the statutory jurisdiction of the Maori Land Court and the open-ended common law jurisdiction of the High Court seemed to us to be the best way to divide up the subject, nevertheless the distinction is not entirely clear-cut.

5 WAI Report on the Urgent Hearings into the Crown's Foreshore and Seabed Policy, Waitangi Tribunal, March 6 'Waitangi Tribunal Report disappointing', Dr Michael Cullen, 8 March   Rather, the foreshore, and the seabed below low watermark, would be vested in the Crown free of customary rights and title.

Government policy and legislation relating to the foreshore and seabed had been based on and the understanding that Māori customary title to the foreshore and seabed had been extinguished. Coastal Survey Licences provide permission to undertake a range of small scale commercial survey activities, interfering with the foreshore or seabed, usually for period of up to 12 months.

These Licences, otherwise known as Small Works Consents, are often a prerequisite to. The 5-Minute Foreshore and Seabed Many of you will be aware of the Government’s current proposed legislation to curtail Maori rights to the foreshore and seabed.

I’ve written a quick summary from my perspective that may be useful to get a handle on what is happening. University of Otago, () Handbook for Masters Degrees. Dunedin: University of Otago Waitangi Tribunal, () Report on the Crown’s foreshore and seabed policy, Wellington: Legislation Direct Waitangi Tribunal, () Taranaki Report, Kaupapa Tuatahi, Wai Author: Abby Suszko.

The Waitangi Tribunal’s report on the Crown’s Foreshore and Seabed Policy outlines numerous options available to the Government that lessen the prejudice against Maori. Many of the options I list below stem from ideas in the Waitangi Tribunal’s report/5.

Date: From: New Zealand law review, By: Johnston, Kerensa, (University of Auckland, Faculty of Law), INNZNA Description: Examines the Foreshore and Seabed Bill and briefly considers the Waitangi Tribunal's 'Report on the Crown's Foreshore and Seabed Policy' (Wai ).

Discusses a selection of significant cases dealing with Treaty rights. 18 August Government releases policy paper regarding the foreshore and seabed 4 March Waitangi Tribunal delivers its Report on the Crown’s Foreshore and Seabed Policy (Wai ) criticising it as a breach of the Treaty of Waitangi and constituting prejudice against Maori.

This report does not examine in detail the Crown’s legal ownership of the foreshore and seabed. Although the issue is perhaps central to the claim, information on this topic is readily available to the claimants through, for example, the Rangahaua Whanui ‘Foreshore’ report by Richard Boast.7 In addition, foreshore, coast and marine issuesFile Size: 1MB.

The terms of reference and members of the Government’s ministerial panel to review the Foreshore and Seabed Act have been announced by Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson today. A review of the Foreshore and Seabed act was provided for in the Confidence and Supply Agreement between the National government and the Maori Party.

The Attorney-General worked closely with. customary ownership of the foreshore and seabed. While the Court of Appeal in Ngati Apa affirmed they should, the New Zealand Government replied by enacting legislation, the Foreshore and Seabed Actwhich effectively annulled that decision.

The foreshore and seabed debate has illustrated that although the New Zealand Court of. This report is the outcome of an urgent inquiry into the Crowns̉ policy for the foreshore and seabed of Aotearoa-New Zealand Te Whanganui-a-Orotu report (Wai 55) by New Zealand (Book).

Tribunal hearing of the Crown's foreshore and seabed policy on 29 January and to the Select Committee on the Foreshore and Seabed Bill on 13 September The writer wishes to thank those who made comments on his views during the series of public lectures and seminars of the.

The Foreshore and Seabed Act is a former Act of the Parliament of New Zealand. It overruled the decision of the Court of Appeal in Ngati Apa v Attorney-General.

Its passage arose out of, and further fueled, the New Zealand foreshore and seabed controversy. It was replaced by the Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Act in Royal assent: 24 November Despite intense national opposition to the Foreshore Seabed Bill, legislation was enacted vesting the foreshore and seabed in the Crown.

Though international bodies have found this legislation to Author: Valmaine Toki. Search results. Current filters. Remove filters to expand search. Index New Zealand Index New Zealand; Filter By Type All Results 2, Journals (1,) Newspapers () Filter by Availability Physical Items (2,) Online Items () Filter by Date Book reviews ().

Polynesia in Review: Issues and Events, 1 July to 30 June Māori Issues Margaret Mutu has been a year of massive upheaval for Māori. In June the New Zealand government announced its intention to legislate the confiscation of the country's foreshore and seabed from Māori.The Crown Estate plays a major role in the development of the offshore wind energy industry in the UK.

Other commercial activity managed by the Crown Estate on the seabed includes wave and tidal energy, carbon capture and storage, aggregates, submarine cables and pipelines and the mining of potash.

In terms of the foreshore, the Crown Estate Founder: King George III.Links to other sites with foreshore and seabed information. Foreshore and seabed: reports, leaflets and campaigns.

WAI Report on the Crown's Foreshore and Seabed Policy, Waitangi Tribunal, 8 March ; WAI - Preliminary Appraisal by Legal Counsel of the Waitangi Tribunal's Report on the Crown's Foreshore and Seabed Policy, 10 March.