Te Hiku Claims Settlement Bill

  • enacted

Hon Christopher Finlayson

Te Hiku Claims Settlement Bill

Pire Kāwanatanga

Government Bill

201—2

Contents

Ngā Kōrero
Commentary
Key
1Title
2Commencement
3Purpose
4Provisions to take effect on settlement date
5Act binds the Crown
6Outline
7Summary of historical account, acknowledgements, and apology
8Summary
9Acknowledgements
10Apology
11Interpretation of Parts 1 to 3 generally
12Interpretation
13Meaning of Ngāti Kuri
14Meaning of historical claims
15Settlement of historical claims final
16Amendment to Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975
17Certain enactments do not apply
18Resumptive memorials to be cancelled
19Rule against perpetuities does not apply
20Access to deed of settlement
21Provisions of other Acts that have same effect
22Interpretation
23Murimotu Island
24The Pines Block
25Te Hapua Hāpua School site B
26Vesting and alternative description of Te Hapua Hāpua School site B in specified circumstances
27Tirirangi Urupā
28Mokaikai Pā
29Wairoa Pā
30Wharekawa Pā
31Kapowairua
32Mokaikai
33Te Raumanuka
34Te Rerenga Wairua
35Mai i Waikanae ki Waikoropūpūnoa
36Mai i Hukatere ki Waimahuru
37Mai i Ngāpae ki Waimoho
38Mai i Waimimiha ki Ngāpae
39Application of Crown forestry licence
40Bed of Lake Ngākeketo
41Lake Ngākeketo Recreation Reserve
42Waihopo Lake property
43Conditions applying to use of Waihopo Lake property
44Properties vest subject to or together with interests
45Interests in land for certain reserve properties
46Interests that are not interests in land
47Vesting of share of fee simple estate in property
48Registration of ownership
49Application of Part 4A of Conservation Act 1987
50Matters to be recorded on computer freehold register
51Application of other enactments
52Minister of Conservation may grant easements
53Names of Crown protected areas discontinued
54Application of other enactments to reserve properties
55Joint management body for Beach sites A, B, C, and D
56Subsequent transfer of reserve land
57Transfer of reserve land to new administering body
58Transfer of reserve land to trustees of existing administering body if trustees change
59Reserve land not to be mortgaged
60Saving of bylaws, etc, in relation to reserve properties
61Interpretation
62Status of Central and South Conservation Areas and Ninety Mile Beach marginal strip
63Establishment and status of Board
64Purpose of Board
65Appointment of members of Board
66Interim participation of Ngāti Kahu in Te Oneroa-a-Tohe redress
67Functions and powers of Board
68Power of Board to make requests to beach management agencies
69Criteria for appointment of commissioners
70Procedure for appointing hearing panel
71Obligation of Councils
72Obligation of Board
73Preparation and approval of beach management plan
74Purpose and contents of beach management plan
75Effect of beach management plan on RMA planning documents
76Effect of beach management plan on conservation documents
77Effect of beach management plan on local government decision making
78Application of other Acts to Board
79Interpretation
80Overview and background
81Establishment of Te Hiku o Te Ika Conservation Board
82Role and jurisdiction of Northland Conservation Board to cease
83Appointment of members of Te Hiku o Te Ika Conservation Board
84Interim participation of Ngāti Kahu on Conservation Board
85Northland CMS
86Status, effect, and certain contents of Te Hiku CMS
87Preliminary agreement
88Draft document to be prepared
89Notification of draft document
90Submissions
91Hearing
92Revision of draft document
93Submission of draft document to Conservation Authority
94Approval of Te Hiku CMS
95Effect of approval of Te Hiku CMS
96Review procedure
97Review in relation to Ngāti Kahu area of interest
98Amendment procedure
99Dispute resolution
100Mediation
101Effect of dispute process on prescribed time limits
102New Zealand Conservation Authority
103Minister of Conservation
104Acknowledgement of section 4 of Conservation Act 1987
105Customary materials plan
106Wāhi tapu framework
107Protection of spiritual and cultural integrity of Te Rerenga Wairua Reserve
108Relationship agreement
109Interpretation
110Statutory acknowledgement by the Crown
111Purposes of statutory acknowledgement
112Relevant consent authorities to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
113Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
114Historic Places Trust and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
114Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
115Recording statutory acknowledgement on statutory plans
116Provision of summary or notice to trustees
117Use of statutory acknowledgement
118Application of statutory acknowledgement to river or stream
119Exercise of powers and performance of functions and duties
120Rights not affected
121Amendment to Resource Management Act 1991
122Interpretation
123Issuing, amending, and cancelling protocols
124Protocols subject to rights, functions, and duties
125Enforcement of protocols
126Protocol with Minister of Energy and Resources
127Culture and heritage Taonga tūturu protocol
128Fisheries protocol
129Interpretation
130Appointment of Ngāti Kuri fisheries advisory committee
131Appointment of joint fisheries advisory committee
132Interpretation
133Official geographic names
134Publication of official geographic names
135Subsequent alteration of official geographic names
136Interpretation
137The Crown may transfer properties
138Transfer of share in fee simple estate in property
139Minister of Conservation may grant easements
140Computer freehold registers for commercial redress properties
141Computer freehold register for Peninsula Block
142Authorised person may grant covenant for later creation of computer freehold register
143Application of other enactments
144Transfer of Te Paki Station
145Peninsula Block ceases to be Crown forest land
146Relevant trustees are confirmed beneficiaries and licensors
147Effect of transfer of Peninsula Block
148Licence splitting process must be completed
149Right of access to protected sites
150Right of access over Peninsula Block
151Right of access to be recorded on computer freehold register
152Interpretation
153Meaning of RFR land
154Restrictions on disposal of RFR land
155Requirements for offer
156Expiry date of offer
157Withdrawal of offer
158Acceptance of offer
159Formation of contract
160Disposal to the Crown or Crown bodies
161Disposal of existing public works to local authorities
162Disposal of reserves to administering bodies
163Disposal in accordance with enactment or rule of law
164Disposal in accordance with legal or equitable obligations
165Disposal under certain legislation
166Disposal of land held for public works
167Disposal for reserve or conservation purposes
168Disposal for charitable purposes
169Disposal to tenants
170Disposal by Housing New Zealand Corporation
171RFR landowner’s obligations subject to other matters
172Notice to LINZ of RFR land with computer register after RFR date
173Notice to trustees of offer trusts of disposal of RFR land to others
174Notice to LINZ of land ceasing to be RFR land
175Notice requirements
176Right of first refusal recorded on computer registers for RFR land
177Removal of notifications when land to be transferred or vested
178Removal of notifications when RFR period ends
179Waiver and variation
180Disposal of Crown bodies not affected
181Assignment of rights and obligations under this subpart
182Purpose
183Provisions to take effect on settlement date
184Act binds the Crown
185Outline
186Summary of historical background to claims by Te Aupouri
187Acknowledgements and apology
188Acknowledgements
189The Crown’s apology to Te Aupouri
190Interpretation of Parts 4 to 7 generally
191Interpretation
192Meaning of Te Aupouri
193Meaning of historical claims
194Settlement of historical claims final
195Amendment to Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975
196Certain enactments do not apply
197When resumptive memorials must be cancelled
198Rule against perpetuities does not apply
199Access to deed of settlement
200Provisions of other Acts that have same effect
201Interpretation
202Hukatere Pā
203Murimotu Island
204Te Kao School site A
205Waiparariki (Te Kao 76 and 77B)
206Kahokawa
207Maungatiketike Pā
208Pitokuku Pā
209Taurangatira Pā
210Te Rerepari
211Te Ārai Conservation Area
212Te Ārai Ecological Sanctuary
213Te Tomo a Tāwhana (Twin Pā Sites)
214Mai i Waikanae ki Waikoropūpūnoa
215Mai i Hukatere ki Waimahuru
216Mai i Ngāpae ki Waimoho
217Mai i Waimimiha ki Ngāpae
218Application of Crown forestry licence
219Lake Ngākeketo Recreation Reserve
220Bed of Lake Ngākeketo
221Waihopo Lake property
222Effect of vesting Waihopo Lake property
223Properties vest subject to, or together with, interests
224Vesting of share of fee simple estate
225Interests in land for certain reserve properties
226Minister of Conservation may grant easements
227Registration of ownership
228Application of Part 4A of Conservation Act 1987
229Matters to be recorded on computer freehold register
230Removal of notifications from computer freehold register
231Application of other enactments
232Names of Crown protected areas discontinued
233Application of other enactments to reserve properties
234Subsequent transfer of reserve land
235Registration of subsequent transfer
236New owners to be administering body
237Joint management body for Beach sites A, B, C, and D
238Subsequent transfer of Beach sites A, B, C, and D
239Reserve land not to be mortgaged
240Saving of bylaws, etc, in relation to reserve properties
241Interpretation
242Status of Central and South Conservation Areas and Ninety Mile Beach Marginal Strip
243Establishment and status of Board
244Purpose of Board
245Appointment of members of Board
246Interim participation of Ngāti Kahu in Te Oneroa-a-Tohe redress
247Functions and powers of Board
248Power of Board to make requests to beach management agencies
249Criteria for appointment of commissioners
250Procedure for appointing hearing panel
251Obligation of Councils
252Obligation of Board
253Preparation and approval of beach management plan
254Purpose and contents of beach management plan
255Effect of beach management plan on RMA planning documents
256Effect of beach management plan on conservation documents
257Effect of beach management plan on local government decision making
258Application of other Acts to Board
259Interpretation
260Overview and background
261Establishment of Te Hiku o Te Ika Conservation Board
262Application of Conservation Act 1987 to Conservation Board
263Role and jurisdiction of Northland Conservation Board to cease
264Appointment of members of Te Hiku o Te Ika Conservation Board
265Interim participation of Ngāti Kahu on Conservation Board
266Northland CMS
267Status, effect, and certain contents of Te Hiku CMS
268Preliminary agreement
269Draft document to be prepared
270Notification of draft document
271Submissions
272Hearing
273Revision of draft document
274Submission of draft document to Conservation Authority
275Approval of Te Hiku CMS
276Effect of approval of Te Hiku CMS
277Review procedure
278Review in relation to Ngāti Kahu area of interest
279Amendment procedure
280Dispute resolution
281Mediation
282Effect of dispute process on prescribed time limits
283New Zealand Conservation Authority
284Minister of Conservation
285Acknowledgement of section 4 of Conservation Act 1987
286Customary materials plan
287Wāhi tapu framework
288Protection of spiritual and cultural integrity of Te Rerenga Wairua Reserve
289Relationship agreement
290Interpretation
291Statutory acknowledgement by the Crown
292Purposes of statutory acknowledgement
293Relevant consent authorities to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
294Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
295Historic Places Trust and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
295Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
296Recording statutory acknowledgement on statutory plans
297Provision of summary or notice of resource consent applications
298Use of statutory acknowledgement
299Application of statutory acknowledgement to river
300Exercise of powers and performance of functions and duties
301Rights not affected
302Amendment to Resource Management Act 1991
303Interpretation
304Issuing, amending, or cancelling protocols
305Protocols subject to rights, functions, and obligations
306Enforcement of protocols
307Protocol with Minister of Energy and Resources
308Culture and heritage Taonga tūturu protocol
309Fisheries protocol
310Interpretation
311Appointment of Te Aupouri fisheries advisory committee
312Appointment of joint fisheries advisory committee
313Interpretation
314Official geographic names
315Publication of official geographic names
316Subsequent alteration of official geographic names
317Interpretation
318The Crown may transfer properties
319Transfer of share in fee simple estate in property
320Registrar-General to create computer freehold register
321Authorised person may grant covenant for later creation of computer freehold register
322Minister of Conservation may grant easements
323Application of other enactments
324Transfer of Te Kao School site B
325Requirements if lease terminates or expires
326Peninsula Block ceases to be Crown forest land
327Relevant trustees are confirmed beneficiaries and licensors
328Effect of transfer of Peninsula Block
329Licence splitting process must be completed
330Right of access to protected sites
331Right of access over Peninsula Block
332Right of access to be recorded on computer freehold register
333Interpretation
334Meaning of RFR land
335Restrictions on disposal of RFR land
336Requirements for offer
337Expiry date of offer
338Withdrawal of offer
339Acceptance of offer
340Formation of contract
341Disposal to the Crown or Crown bodies
342Disposal of existing public works to local authority
343Disposal of reserves to administering bodies
344Disposal in accordance with enactment or rule of law
345Disposal in accordance with legal or equitable obligations
346Disposal under certain legislation
347Disposal of land held for public works
348Disposal for reserve or conservation purposes
349Disposal for charitable purposes
350Disposal to tenants
351Disposal by Housing New Zealand Corporation
352RFR landowner’s obligations subject to other matters
353Notice to LINZ of RFR land with computer register after RFR date
354Notice to trustees of offer trusts of disposal of RFR land to others
355Notice to LINZ of land ceasing to be RFR land
356Notice requirements
357Right of first refusal recorded on computer registers for RFR land
358Removal of notifications when land to be transferred or vested
359Removal of notifications when RFR period ends
360Waiver and variation
361Disposal of Crown bodies not affected
362Assignment of rights and obligations under this subpart
363Interpretation
364Dissolution of Board
365Vesting of assets and liabilities
366Takahua Burial Ground Block
367Te Neke Block
368Final report of Board
369Matters not affected by transfer
370Status of contracts and other instruments
371Status of existing securities
372Books and documents to remain evidence
373Registers
374Interpretation
375Liability of employees and agents
376Transfer of employees
377Protection of terms and conditions of employment
378Continuity of employment
379No compensation for technical redundancy
380Application
381Taxation in respect of transfer of assets and liabilities of Board
382Election by trustees to be Māori Authority
383Taxation in respect of assets and liabilities of subsidiaries
384Election by subsidiary to be Maori authority
385Maori Trust Boards Act 1955 amended
386Amendments to Maori Trust Boards Regulations 1985
387Purpose
388Provisions to take effect on settlement date
389Act binds the Crown
390Outline
391Summary of historical account, acknowledgements, and apology
392Summary of historical account
393Acknowledgements
394Apology
395Interpretation of Parts 8 to 10 generally
396Interpretation
397Meaning of NgāiTakoto
398Meaning of historical claims
399Settlement of historical claims final
400Amendment to Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975
401Certain enactments do not apply
402Resumptive memorials to be cancelled
403Rule against perpetuities does not apply
404Access to deed of settlement
405Provisions of other Acts that have same effect
406Interpretation
407Hukatere site A
408Kaimaumau Marae property
409Waipapakauri Papakainga property
410Mai i Waikanae ki Waikoropūpūnoa
411Mai i Hukatere ki Waimahuru
412Mai i Ngāpae ki Waimoho
413Mai i Waimimiha ki Ngāpae
414Application of Crown forestry licence
415Waipapakauri Beach property
416Wharemaru / East Beach property
417Lake Tangonge site A
418Tangonge property
419Bed of Lake Ngatu
420Lake Ngatu Recreation Reserve
421Lake Katavich
422Lake Ngakapua
423Lake Rotokawau
424Lake Waiparera
425Effect of vesting of lake properties
426Properties vest subject to or together with interests
427Interests in land for certain reserve properties
428Interests that are not interests in land
429Vesting of share of fee simple estate in property
430Registration of ownership
431Application of Part 4A of Conservation Act 1987
432Matters to be recorded on computer freehold register
433Application of other enactments
434Names of Crown protected areas discontinued
435Application of other enactments to reserve properties
436Joint management body for Beach sites A, B, C, and D
437Subsequent transfer of reserve land
438Transfer of reserve land to new administering body
439Transfer of reserve land to trustees of existing administering body if trustees change
440Reserve land not to be mortgaged
441Saving of bylaws, etc, in relation to reserve properties
442Interpretation
443Status of Central and South Conservation Areas and Ninety Mile Beach Marginal Strip
444Establishment and status of Board
445Purpose of Board
446Appointment of members of Board
447Interim participation of Ngāti Kahu in Te Oneroa-a-Tohe redress
448Functions and powers of Board
449Power of Board to make requests to beach management agencies
450Criteria for appointment of commissioners
451Procedure for appointing hearing panel
452Obligation of Councils
453Obligation of Board
454Preparation and approval of beach management plan
455Purpose and contents of beach management plan
456Effect of beach management plan on RMA planning documents
457Effect of beach management plan on conservation documents
458Effect of beach management plan on local government decision making
459Application of other Acts to Board
460Interpretation
461Overview and background
462Establishment of Te Hiku o Te Ika Conservation Board
463Role and jurisdiction of Northland Conservation Board to cease
464Appointment of members of Te Hiku o Te Ika Conservation Board
465Interim participation of Ngāti Kahu on Conservation Board
466Northland CMS
467Status, effect, and certain contents of Te Hiku CMS
468Preliminary agreement
469Draft document to be prepared
470Notification of draft document
471Submissions
472Hearing
473Revision of draft document
474Submission of draft document to Conservation Authority
475Approval of Te Hiku CMS
476Effect of approval of Te Hiku CMS
477Review procedure
478Review in relation to Ngāti Kahu area of interest
479Amendment procedure
480Dispute resolution
481Mediation
482Effect of dispute process on prescribed time limits
483New Zealand Conservation Authority
484Minister of Conservation
485Acknowledgement of section 4 of Conservation Act 1987
486Customary materials plan
487Wāhi tapu framework
488Protection of spiritual and cultural integrity of Te Rerenga Wairua Reserve
489Relationship agreement
490Interpretation
491Statutory acknowledgement by the Crown
492Purposes of statutory acknowledgement
493Relevant consent authorities to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
494Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
495Historic Places Trust and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
495Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
496Recording statutory acknowledgement on statutory plans
497Provision of summary or notice to trustees
498Use of statutory acknowledgement
499Issuing and amending deeds of recognition
500Application of statutory acknowledgement and deed of recognition to river, stream, or lake
501Exercise of powers and performance of functions and duties
502Rights not affected
503Amendment to Resource Management Act 1991
504Interpretation
505Issuing, amending, and cancelling protocols
506Protocols subject to rights, functions, and duties
507Enforcement of protocols
508Culture and heritage Taonga tūturu protocol
509Fisheries protocol
510Protocol with Minister of Energy and Resources
511Interpretation
512Appointment of NgāiTakoto fisheries advisory committee
513Appointment of joint fisheries advisory committee
514Interpretation
515Official geographic names
516Publication of official geographic names
517Subsequent alteration of official geographic names
518Interpretation
519The Crown may transfer properties
520Transfer of share of fee simple estate in property
521Minister of Conservation may grant easements
522Computer freehold registers for commercial redress properties and deferred selection properties that are not shared redress
523Computer freehold registers for shared commercial redress properties and deferred selection properties
524Computer freehold register for Peninsula Block
525Authorised person may grant covenant for later creation of computer freehold register
526Application of other enactments
527Transfer of Kaitaia College
528Transfer of properties subject to lease
529Requirements if lease terminates or expires
530Peninsula Block ceases to be Crown forest land
531Relevant trustees are confirmed beneficiaries and licensors
532Effect of transfer of Peninsula Block
533Licence splitting process must be completed
534Right of access to protected sites
535Right of access over Peninsula Block
536Right of access to be recorded on computer freehold register
537Interpretation
538Meaning of RFR land
539Restrictions on disposal of RFR land
540Requirements for offer
541Expiry date of offer
542Withdrawal of offer
543Acceptance of offer
544Formation of contract
545Disposal to the Crown or Crown bodies
546Disposal of existing public works to local authorities
547Disposal of reserves to administering bodies
548Disposal in accordance with enactment or rule of law
549Disposal in accordance with legal or equitable obligations
550Disposal under certain legislation
551Disposal of land held for public works
552Disposal for reserve or conservation purposes
553Disposal for charitable purposes
554Disposal to tenants
555Disposal by Housing New Zealand Corporation
556RFR landowner’s obligations subject to other matters
557Notice to LINZ of RFR land with computer register after RFR date
558Notice to trustees of offer trusts of disposal of RFR land to others
559Notice to LINZ of land ceasing to be RFR land
560Notice requirements
561Right of first refusal recorded on computer registers for RFR land
562Removal of notifications when land to be transferred or vested
563Removal of notifications when RFR period ends
564Waiver and variation
565Disposal of Crown bodies not affected
566Assignment of rights and obligations under this subpart
567Purpose
568Provisions to take effect on settlement date
569Act binds the Crown
570Outline
571Summary of historical account, acknowledgements, and apology
572Summary of historical account
573Acknowledgements
574Apology
575Interpretation of Parts 11 to 13 generally
576Interpretation
577Meaning of Te Rarawa
578Meaning of historical claims
579Settlement of historical claims final
580Amendment to Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975
581Certain enactments do not apply
582Resumptive memorials to be cancelled
583Rule against perpetuities does not apply
584Access to deed of settlement
585Provisions of other Acts that have same effect
586Interpretation
587Hukatere site B
588Mangamuka Road property, Mangamuka
589Mangamuka Road property, Tūtekēhua
590Mapere
591Motukaraka site A
592Part former Awanui (Kaitaia) Riverbed
593Pukepoto School property
594Vesting and alternative description of Pukepoto School property in specified circumstances
595Rotokakahi property
596Tauroa Point site B
597Tauroa Point site C
598Te Oneroa a Tōhē–Clarke Road property
59912 Waiotehue Road
600Whangape property
601Whangape Road property
602Awanui River property
603Epakauri site A
604Epakauri site B
605Kaitaia Domain
606Rotokakahi War Memorial property
607Tauroa Point site A
608Tauroa Point site D
609Te Tāpairu Hirahira o Kahakaharoa
610Mai i Waikanae ki Waikoropūpūnoa
611Mai i Hukatere ki Waimahuru
612Mai i Ngāpae ki Waimoho
613Mai i Waimimiha ki Ngāpae
614Application of Crown forestry licence
615Lake Tangonge site A
616Lake Tangonge site B
617Motukaraka site B
618Tangonge property
619Properties vest subject to or together with interests
620Interests in land for certain reserve properties
621Interests that are not interests in land
622Vesting of share of fee simple estate in property
623Registration of ownership
624Application of Part 4A of Conservation Act 1987
625Matters to be recorded on computer freehold register
626Application of other enactments
627Names of Crown protected areas discontinued
628Management board for Te Tāpairu Hirahira o Kahakaharoa Historic Reserve
629Terms of appointment to management board
630Preparation, approval, and amendment of reserve management plan
631Procedures of management board
632Joint management body for Beach sites A, B, C, and D
633Application of other enactments to reserve properties
634Subsequent transfer of reserve land
635Transfer of reserve land to new administering body
636Transfer of reserve land to trustees of existing administering body if trustees change
637Reserve land not to be mortgaged
638Saving of bylaws, etc, in relation to reserve properties
639Interpretation
640Status of Central and South Conservation Areas and Ninety Mile Beach marginal strip
641Establishment and status of Board
642Purpose of Board
643Appointment of members of Board
644Interim participation of Ngāti Kahu in Te Oneroa-a-Tohe redress
645Functions and powers of Board
646Power of Board to make requests to beach management agencies
647Criteria for appointment of commissioners
648Procedure for appointing hearing panel
649Obligation of Councils
650Obligation of Board
651Preparation and approval of beach management plan
652Purpose and contents of beach management plan
653Effect of beach management plan on RMA planning documents
654Effect of beach management plan on conservation documents
655Effect of beach management plan on local government decision making
656Application of other Acts to Board
657Interpretation
658Overview and background
659Establishment of Te Hiku o Te Ika Conservation Board
660Role and jurisdiction of Northland Conservation Board to cease
661Appointment of members of Conservation Board
662Interim participation of Ngāti Kahu on Conservation Board
663Northland CMS
664Status, effect, and certain contents of Te Hiku CMS
665Preliminary agreement
666Draft document to be prepared
667Notification of draft document
668Submissions
669Hearing
670Revision of draft document
671Submission of draft document to Conservation Authority
672Approval of Te Hiku CMS
673Effect of approval of Te Hiku CMS
674Review procedure
675Review in relation to Ngāti Kahu area of interest
676Amendment procedure
677Dispute resolution
678Mediation
679Effect of dispute process on prescribed time limits
680New Zealand Conservation Authority
681Minister of Conservation
682Acknowledgement of section 4 of Conservation Act 1987
683Customary materials plan
684Wāhi tapu framework
685Protection of spiritual and cultural integrity of Te Rerenga Wairua Reserve
686Relationship agreement
687Interpretation
688Statutory acknowledgement by the Crown
689Purposes of statutory acknowledgement
690Relevant consent authorities to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
691Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
692Historic Places Trust and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
692Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgement
693Recording statutory acknowledgement on statutory plans
694Provision of summary or notice to trustees
695Use of statutory acknowledgement
696Application of statutory acknowledgement to river or stream
697Exercise of powers and performance of functions and duties
698Rights not affected
699Amendment to Resource Management Act 1991
700Interpretation
701Issuing, amending, and cancelling protocols
702Protocols subject to rights, functions, and duties
703Enforcement of protocols
704Culture and heritage Taonga tūturu protocol
705Fisheries protocol
706Interpretation
707Appointment of Te Rarawa fisheries advisory committee
708Appointment of joint fisheries advisory committee
709Interpretation
710Official geographic names
711Publication of official geographic names
712Subsequent alteration of official geographic names
713Transfer of Ōwhata land
714Interpretation
715Obligation to enter into Warawara Whenua Ngāhere i te Taiao
716Legal framework for Warawara Whenua Ngāhere i te Taiao
717Purpose of Warawara Whenua Ngāhere i te Taiao
718Scope of Warawara Whenua Ngāhere i te Taiao
719Other contents of Warawara Whenua Ngāhere i te Taiao
720Principles for decision making
721Principles for operating under Warawara Whenua Ngāhere i te Taiao
722Relationship with korowai
723Exercise of powers in certain circumstances
724Review and amendment
725Suspension
726Waiver of rights
727Interpretation
728The Crown may transfer properties
729Transfer of share of fee simple estate in property
730Minister of Conservation may grant easements
731Computer freehold registers for commercial redress properties and deferred selection properties that are not shared redress
732Computer freehold registers for shared commercial redress properties and deferred selection properties
733Computer freehold register for each of Peninsula Block and Takahue Block
734Authorised person may grant covenant for later creation of computer freehold register
735Application of other enactments
736Transfer of Kaitaia College and Haumanga Road properties
737Transfer of properties subject to lease
738Requirements if lease terminates or expires
739Peninsula Block and Takahue Block cease to be Crown forest land
740Relevant trustees are confirmed beneficiaries and licensors
741Effect of transfer of Peninsula Block and Takahue Block
742Licence splitting process must be completed
743Right of access to protected sites
744Right of access over Peninsula Block and Takahue Block
745Right of access to be recorded on computer freehold register
746Interpretation
747Meaning of RFR land
748Restrictions on disposal of RFR land
749Requirements for offer
750Expiry date of offer
751Withdrawal of offer
752Acceptance of offer
753Formation of contract
754Disposal to the Crown or Crown bodies
755Disposal of existing public works to local authorities
756Disposal of reserves to administering bodies
757Disposal in accordance with enactment or rule of law
758Disposal in accordance with legal or equitable obligations
759Disposal under certain legislation
760Disposal of land held for public works
761Disposal for reserve or conservation purposes
762Disposal for charitable purposes
763Disposal to tenants
764Disposal by Housing New Zealand Corporation
765RFR landowner’s obligations subject to other matters
766Notice to LINZ of RFR land with computer register after RFR date
767Notice to trustees of offer trusts of disposal of RFR land to others
768Notice to LINZ of land ceasing to be RFR land
769Notice requirements
770Right of first refusal recorded on computer registers for RFR land
771Removal of notifications when land to be transferred or vested
772Removal of notifications when RFR period ends
773Waiver and variation
774Disposal of Crown bodies not affected
775Assignment of rights and obligations under this subpart
776Interpretation
777Charitable trust dissolved
778Vesting of assets and liabilities
779Final annual report of Te Runanga
780Matters not affected by transfer
781Status of contracts and other instruments
782Status of existing securities
783Continuation of proceedings
784Books and documents to remain evidence
785Registers
786Liability of employees and agents
787Transfer of employees
788Protection of terms and conditions of employment
789Continuity of employment
790No compensation for technical redundancy
791Application
792Taxation in respect of transfer of assets and liabilities of Te Runanga
793Election by trustee to be Maori authority
794Taxation in respect of assets and liabilities of relevant subsidiaries
795Election by relevant subsidiary to be Maori authority
796Interpretation
797Purpose of this Part and Trust
798Trustee is confirmed beneficiary
799Purpose of this Part
800Principal Act
801Section 17 repealed (Te Puna-Topu-O-Hokianga Trust)
Legislative history

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: