Important lessons for trust governance from trusts that benefit New Zealand's Indigenous Maori – Recent developments
Manyam, J. (2015). Important lessons for trust governance from trusts that benefit New Zealand’s Indigenous Maori – Recent developments. Retrieved from http://asiancorrespondent.com/2015/02/important-lessons-for-trust-governance-from-trusts-that-benefit-new-zealands-indigenous-maori-recent-developments/
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The landmark New Zealand Court of Appeal decision in New Zealand Maori Council v AttorneyGeneral  1 NZLR 641[SOE Case] marked a watershed in New Zealand's jurisprudence concerning the relationship between the Government of New Zealand('the Crown') and the indigenous Maori peoples of New Zealand. Very recently , New Zealand's highest Court, the Supreme Court in its decision in New Zealand Maori Council v Attorney-General 3 NZLR 31 referred to the SOE case as follows: 'The SOE case by the Court of Appeal is a judgment of great authority and importance to the law concerning the relationship between the Crown and Maori" (emphasis added)[S3].
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