top of page

Maori Land Matters

Sheep in Open Fields

Māori Land 

We assist clients with a number of legal issues relating to their Māori Land including succession issues, applying to the Court for the review of a trust, appeals and applications for the Chief Judge to fix any errors, mistakes or omissions under section 45 of Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993.

Many of the issues you may be facing in relation to your Māori land can be dealt with by making an appointment to speak to someone at your local Māori Land Court. The Court has a number of application forms and can deal with most simple matters, such as a succession application. However, if your matter is more complex and the Māori Land Court staff are unable to assist you. Please contact us and we will advise you of your options. In some cases, special aid can be granted by the Māori Land Court to cover our fees to represent you but in our experience only complex matters are likely to receive a grant of special aid.

To find out about the types of applications that can be made to the Māori Land Court, click here.

To contact us, email

You can also call our office on 0800 37 10 37 to speak with one of the Maori Land team directly.

bottom of page