(1) The Māori Land Court has jurisdiction under this Act to inquire into and determine, in accordance with section 50, an application made under section 48(1) for a customary rights order that relates to a specified area of the public foreshore and seabed.
(2) However, the Māori Land Court does not have jurisdiction under this Act to make orders or determinations in relation to the public foreshore and seabed, other than—
(a) the orders referred to in subsection (1):
(b) orders or determinations made under the provisions of Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993 that apply under section 47(2):
(c) orders made under section 53(3):
(d) findings made under section 54(1)(b):
(e) incidental orders or determinations made under the rules of the Māori Land Court that are reasonably necessary for the court in its inquiry into and determination of applications made under section 48(1).
(3) Orders of the Māori Land Court made under this section—
(a) take effect in accordance with clause 6 of Schedule 1; and
(b) must be—
(i) pronounced orally in open court; and
(ii) recorded in the public foreshore and seabed register.