The Book Maori Property in Foreshore and Seabed

Maori Property in Foreshore and Seabed

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  • Autor: Andrew Erueti
  • Editor: Victoria University Press
  • Relaese Date: 14 September 2007
  • ISBN: 0864735537
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT, Audio, MOBI
  • Number of page: 224 pages
  • File Size: 29MB
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Description Maori Property in Foreshore and Seabed de Andrew Erueti:

In this recent era of indigenous peoples' rights recognition, many states around the globe are faced with reconciling the pre-existing, inherent rights of indigenous peoples with those held and asserted by the state. Within New Zealand we remain engaged in this process of reconciliation and while there has been significant progress, there remain many outstanding and controversial questions about the status of Maori and their treaty and customary rights. This fact was brought into sharp focus by the Court of Appeal decision of Ngati Apa. The Ngati Apa decision was one of the most controversial modern decisions on Maori rights. Did it grant Maori tribes exclusive rights to the New Zealand coastline or was it merely an endorsement of their right to engage in long-practised traditional activities? It was quickly decided by government that Parliament would intervene and enact legislation to administer Maori customary claims to foreshore. However, the speed with which the legislation was enacted left little time for meaningful debate and reflection. Now that the dust has settled it is time to reflect more fully on these matters. This collection of essays does not aim to be an exhaustive treatment of the legal issues raised. It does, however, address many of the salient issues raised. Topics covered include the historical origins of Ngati Apa, how the Foreshore and Seabed Act (FSA) compares with schemes created in other countries with indigenous inhabitants, and how the FSA stacks up against international human rights law and environmental law. They are essays written by academics on topics that fall within their area of expertise. The general tenor is that New Zealand in its haste has enacted legislation that undermines the rights of Maori tribes. In short, the view is that the reconciliation process has tipped too far in favour of the rights of the state and non-Maori. While the foreshore may be the last frontier in terms of terra firma in this country, there are many challenging issues ahead of us. Specifics of mcdougal should not be uncovered or is taken out with the obtain on the article author. You could may be thinking about some other training books from the Andrew Erueti. We were in a position to collect a lot of the almost all iformatsii for you personally. To get creators: web site will not include open admittance a person's training books on the pages exclusively initial more knowledge about the novel. If you believe that site is infringing, please write to united states concerning this and if you are actually the author of those training books, i will quickly take out webpages from our site.

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