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iraboyd@hotmail.com OWC
(@iraboydhotmail-com-owc)
Eminent Member

Kia ora whanau, thought I would share this with you! To contact maori land court click on this:!

www.justice.govt.nz/maorilandcourt/contactus.htm
Scroll down the page and email the region/district where your queries are in regards too? (Succession, Minutes book references etc). For example, if you have queries about Te Waiponamu district then you would email Te Waiponamu office, if your queries are in the Tairawhiti region/district then you would email that office etc, etc, etc.
Don't forget to give them an address so that they can mail you the documents you have requested? I have requested information from them but forgot to add my address! Drrr....?
Ma te waa,
Ko Ira tenei.

Edited by - iraboyd@hotmail.com on Dec 17 2006 08:49:54 AM

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Posted : 24 November, 2006 12:59 pm
lathamwhanau OWC
(@lathamwhanau-owc)
New Member

Kia ora Ira

I am at the early stages of completing succession to my father and tupana.
I have been in contact with the Maori land courts and they have advised me to provide them with his blocks.

Could you please assist in providing information regarding
Peni Whakahoehoe
Runga te Rangi Whakahoehoe
Iwingaro Whakahoehoe
Mere Hemera

Tracey

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Posted : 24 November, 2006 3:52 pm
kiriwai
(@kiriwai)
Active Member

kia ora Tracy
I have sent you a email
Good luck.

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Posted : 24 November, 2006 11:10 pm
iraboyd@hotmail.com OWC
(@iraboydhotmail-com-owc)
Eminent Member

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Kia ora Ira

I am at the early stages of completing succession to my father and tupana.
I have been in contact with the Maori land courts and they have advised me to provide them with his blocks.

Could you please assist in providing information regarding
Peni Whakahoehoe
Runga te Rangi Whakahoehoe
Iwingaro Whakahoehoe
Mere Hemera

Tracey



Kia ora Tracey,
Man that pisses me off, they have all the damn information for the names above.
They just too damned lazy to do a search for you and what really gets me is that they get PAID to do it for you, for me, for anyone wanting assistance in whanau land. Uselss .......? (and that's not a nice word where i have put the dotted lines).
Anyway enuf moaning lets get to work. Will post info I can find soon.
Arohamai,
Ko Ira tenei.

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Posted : 25 November, 2006 8:00 am
iraboyd@hotmail.com OWC
(@iraboydhotmail-com-owc)
Eminent Member

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Kia ora Ira

I am at the early stages of completing succession to my father and tupana.
I have been in contact with the Maori land courts and they have advised me to provide them with his blocks.

Could you please assist in providing information regarding
Peni Whakahoehoe
Runga te Rangi Whakahoehoe
Iwingaro Whakahoehoe
Mere Hemera

Tracey



Kia Ora Tracey,
Still annoyed, no wonder our whanau give up before they even start but hang in there girlfriend. Ka pai te mahi.
OK here we go:
Peni Whakahoehoe:
Has land shares in the following maori land blocks:
Mangawhero A1A2
Otorohanga F 2 B 2 A
Ouruwhero 3G17
Rangitoto A42B4
All Waikato/Maniapoto area
Sorry girlfriend no unclaimed maori land monies on the list for Peni.

Runga te Rangi Whakahoehoe:
Could not find land shares or unclaimed land monies for Runga.

Iwingaro Whakahoehoe:
Could not find land shares or unclaimed land monies for Iwingaro.

Mere Hemera! Could she also be known as Merehana Hemara, if so, she has land shares in the following maori land blocks:
Mangawhero A1A2
Otorohanga F 2 B 2 A
Rangitoto A42B4
All Waikato/Maniapoto area.

I am assuming she is the same person as she has land shares in the same blocks as Peni (except Ouruwhero 3G17 block).
Sorry again, no unclaimed maori land monies listed for her.
Please post if I can help further.
Arohamai,
Ko Ira tenei.

"Helping and supporting each other is what we are here for, Tautoko".

Edited by - iraboyd@hotmail.com on Nov 28 2006 2:42:15 PM

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Posted : 25 November, 2006 8:38 am
ngati_kuri@hotmail.com OWC
(@ngati_kurihotmail-com-owc)
Eminent Member

Kapai mahi Ira must get on to my whanau shares sometime soon. At least you have shown us that no records is not always so!!!

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Posted : 25 November, 2006 8:58 am
iraboyd@hotmail.com OWC
(@iraboydhotmail-com-owc)
Eminent Member

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Kapai mahi Ira must get on to my whanau shares sometime soon. At least you have shown us that no records is not always so!!!



Kia Ora Ngati Kuri,
That be kool. I'll keep an eye out in the "National Maori Land Court Panui" which publishes land court sittings for succession, trusts, removing trustees, etc, etc.
Then I can say!

I know that 'Wahinetoa!' Ka pai to mahi e hoa.

Ko Ira tenei.

Edited by - iraboyd@hotmail.com on Nov 28 2006 2:55:22 PM

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Posted : 25 November, 2006 9:41 am
lathamwhanau OWC
(@lathamwhanau-owc)
New Member

Kia ora Ira and Kuri

Thank you for your assistance.

I have been into the maori land court sites and have discovered Dad had land under Benny Walker (Pakeha name) and Peni Whakahoehoe, Pene Whakahoehoe. I also discovered his immediate family have succeeded to land that my father never did.

Unfortunately my father never spoke about his tupuna. I have been researching our whakapapa and found our family name has changed 4 times over the past century. Walker seems to be the final name change.

The following are my Tupuna

Wahanui Huatare
Te Ngohi te Arau
Te Huatare
Tarati
Raka
Hotunui
Turongo
Te Wiwini Huatere
Te Wairingiringi

Arohanui
Tracey

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Posted : 26 November, 2006 11:03 am
iraboyd@hotmail.com OWC
(@iraboydhotmail-com-owc)
Eminent Member

Kia ora Tracey,
You can still go for succession for the land blocks that dad was entitled too.
Talk to dad's family, could be something that you aren't aware off.
If dad left a will, read it to see if he has left his land shares to his family, if not, well go for succession. Fill out a succession form and take it in to the maori land court or email it. The MLC will inform you if you need to do anything else. Don't forget to add ALL dad's names. Dad's family would also be collecting his land dividends too, if there are any! Hmmm...

Choice is your's e Wahinetoa. We will support you wherever we can.. Arohamai.

Edited by - iraboyd@hotmail.com on Nov 28 2006 3:17:37 PM

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Posted : 28 November, 2006 3:10 pm
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