MAORI LAND CORPORATIONS
This book is essential reading for all corporation committee members and administrators, and for the legal and accountancy professions, and should also prove useful to all Maori land-owners.
There are about three hundred Maori Land Corporations in New Zealand, and the incorporation system occupies a position of some prominence in the administration and management of Maori lands. This small book puts into narrative form, shorn of much legal phraseology and technicality, what committees of management may do and how they may do it, and covers such aspects as the mode and effect of incorporation, and the rights, powers, and duties of these corporations and their management committees. It concludes with a commentary on the operation of the system and deals with some of the pitfalls that exist and how best committees may avoid them.
The author is the senior judge of the Maori Land Court, and is now resident judge at Rotorua. His previous book published by Reeds, Maori Land Law, the standard legal textbook on the subject, is still available at 42s.
AVAILABLE FROM LEADING BOOKSELLERS
Price 10s. 6d.
Published by A. H. & A. W. REED, 182 Wakefield Street, Wellington