Maori Land Surveys
Generally, Maori land is in multiple ownership and from time to time shareholders wish to partition out their share of the land. This involves establishing a portion of land that has equivalent value to their shareholdings in the whole block.
The proposal to partition requires consent from all other shareholders and the Maori Land Court. Often, approval from the local authority that the land is located within is also required.
What is involved?
The process of Maori Land surveys involves boundary surveys, subdivision valuation, and the issue of Maori Land title. Maori Land surveys tend to be quite complex with numerous parties involved and it can take some time to reach agreement.
Download a full list of parties that may need to be involved here.