Te Roroa Claims Settlement Act 2008

Version as at 12 April 2022

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Te Roroa Claims Settlement Act 2008

Public Act
2008 No 100
Date of assent
29 September 2008
see section 2

The Parliamentary Counsel Office has made editorial and format changes to this version using the powers under subpart 2 of Part 3 of the Legislation Act 2019.

Note 4 at the end of this version provides a list of the amendments included in it.

This Act is administered by the Office for Māori Crown Relations—Te Arawhiti.


4Act binds the Crown
6Acknowledgements and apology
7Text of acknowledgements
8Text of apology
9Interpretation of Act generally
11Meaning of Te Roroa
12Meaning of Te Roroa historical claims
13Settlement of Te Roroa historical claims final
14Schedule 3 of Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975 amended
15Certain enactments do not apply
16Removal of memorials
17Limit on duration of trusts does not apply
18Timing of actions or matters
19Authority to issue, amend, or cancel protocols
20Protocols subject to rights, functions, and obligations
21Enforceability of protocols
22Noting and effect of Te Roroa–DOC Protocol
23Noting and effect of Te Roroa–Fisheries Protocol
24Noting and effect of Te Roroa–MED Protocol
25Effect of Te Roroa–Taonga Tūturu Protocol
30Right of access across Kawerua to landlocked land
33Te Riu
35Papatia and Te Kopae
36Te Taiawa
38Maunganui Bluff
42Former Works Depot, Waimamaku
43Vesting subject to encumbrances
44Registration of ownership
45Right of access over Kawerua must be noted on title
46Minister of Conservation may grant easements
47Application of other enactments to cultural redress properties
48Application of certain amounts
50Declaration of Te Tarehu
51Crown’s acknowledgement of Te Roroa values
52Purposes of Te Tarehu
53Agreement on protection principles
54New Zealand Conservation Authority and Conservation Boards to have particular regard to Te Roroa values
55New Zealand Conservation Authority and Conservation Boards to consult with trustees of Manawhenua Trust
56Conservation management strategy
57Notification of Te Tarehu
58Notification in Gazette
59Actions by Director-General
60Amendment to conservation documents
63Existing classification of Te Tarehu
64Termination of status
65Exercise of powers, duties, and functions
66Rights not affected
67Limitation of rights
68Statutory acknowledgements by the Crown
69Purposes of statutory acknowledgements
70Relevant consent authorities to have regard to statutory acknowledgements
71Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgements
72Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga and Environment Court to have regard to statutory acknowledgements
73Recording statutory acknowledgements on statutory plans
74Distribution of resource consent applications to trustees of Manawhenua Trust
75Use of statutory acknowledgements
76Authorisation to enter into and amend deeds of recognition
77Crown not precluded from granting other statutory acknowledgements or deeds of recognition
78Exercise of powers and performance of duties and functions not affected
79Rights not affected
80Limitation of rights
81Amendment to Resource Management Act 1991
82Alteration and assignment of place names
83Publication of new place names notice
84Alteration of new place names
85Date place name altered or assigned
86Access to Deed of Settlement
88Transfer of Waipoua Forest
89Creation of computer freehold register: Waipoua Forest
90Waipoua Forest ceases to be Crown forest land
91Forestry rights after transfer
92Crown may grant easements and forestry right over Waipoua Forest
93Conservation covenants
94Right of access across Waipoua Forest to landlocked land
95Notation of right of access on computer freehold register
96Notation of right of access may be removed
97Transfer of other commercial redress properties
98Creation of computer freehold register: other commercial redress properties (except Aranga Beach properties)
99Creation of computer freehold register: Aranga Beach properties
100Transfer of Shag Lake Bed
101Transfer of Coastal strip: north of Omamari
102Transfer of Coastal strip: south of Omamari
103Transfer of Waipoua Forest: Former Department of Conservation Headquarters
104Minister of Conservation may grant easements
105Application of other enactments