Whereas the New Zealand Mission Trust Board is registered as the proprietor of the land described in paragraphs (a) and (b) of subsection (8): And whereas the Waiapu Board of Diocesan Trustees is registered as proprietor of the land described in paragraph (c) of that subsection: And whereas those pieces of land are held in trust by virtue of Crown Grant No 49R dated 21 September 1854: And whereas the Waitangi Tribunal, in its Ngati Rangiteaorere Claim Report of 18 December 1990, recommended that the land to which this section relates be acquired by the Crown and vested in Ngati Rangiteaorere as Maori freehold land freed from existing trusts: And whereas the said Boards desire to transfer those lands to various persons as trustees subject to the same trust: And whereas it is desired to empower the registered proprietor for the time being of any of those pieces of land to transfer the land to Rangiteaorere (male deceased): And whereas it is further desired that such lands be held as Maori freehold land for the general benefit of the descendants of Rangiteaorere: And whereas special legislation is necessary to enable such transfers to be effected and to achieve those purposes: Be it therefore enacted as follows:
(1) The registered proprietor for the time being of any piece of land described in subsection (8) may transfer to Rangiteaorere (male deceased) the whole or any part of that land.
(3) Upon the registration of any such transfer—
(4) For the purposes of this section, the Maori Land Court is hereby authorised and empowered to appoint trustees and constitute trusts in accordance with section 438 of the Maori Affairs Act 1953 or any other provisions for trusts in respect of Maori land hereafter enacted, and may appoint any incorporated body representative of the Iwi as Trustee; and those provisions shall apply with any necessary modifications.
(5) The trustees may from time to time at their discretion execute a declaration of trust declaring that they shall stand possessed of any of the Trust property and any other property settled by negotiation, whether real or personal, upon trust for such purposes referred to in sections 24 to 24F of the Maori Trust Boards Act 1955, or any provisions substituted in their place, as may be specified in the declaration of trust; and the trustees may apply to the Commissioner of Inland Revenue for approval of the Trust so created as a charitable trust within the meaning of the Income Tax Act 1976.
(6) For the purposes of this section, the trustees shall have and may exercise all or any of the powers of a Maori Trust Board under sections 24 to 24F of the Maori Trust Boards Act 1955; and those sections shall apply with the necessary modifications.
(7) The provisions of this section shall have effect notwithstanding anything in any other enactment or rule of law.
(8) This section relates to the following land:
(a) all that land comprising 123.3267 hectares, more or less, situated in Block XIV, Rotoiti Survey District, and being the balance of the land comprised and described in certificate of title, Volume 778, folio 158, limited as to parcels (South Auckland Registry):
(b) all that land comprising 407 square metres, more or less, being Section 9, Block XIV, Rotoiti Survey District, and being all the land comprised and described in certificate of title No 25C/1144 (South Auckland Registry):
(c) all that land comprising 24.12685 hectares, more or less, being part Section 3, Block XIV, Rotoiti Survey District, and being the balance of the land comprised and described in certificate of title, Volume 285, folio 145 (South Auckland Registry).
Section 13(2)(a): repealed, on 20 May 1999, by section 7 of the Stamp Duty Abolition Act 1999 (1999 No 61).