Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993 - Maori Land Act 1993

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court satisfied that any land with 2 or more areas of land under separate titles, can be more conveniently worked or dealt with as if under common ownership, but there is no reason to cancel the existing titles, it may make an aggregation order vesting the area of land in the aggregate of the owners of those areas.
1) Court may create:
a) easements over any land for the purpose of being annexed to or used or enjoyed with any other land; or
b) easements over any general land for the purpose of being annexed to or used or enjoyed with any other land; or
c) easement in gross over any land

2) Grant of any easement subject to conditions of payment of compensation or any other condition set by the court.

3)easment to provide access shall be accordance with succeeding provisions
for purpose of providing access, or additional or improved access ...
1) the court may, by order, lay our roadways in accordance with succeeding provisions of this part.
2) the court may layout roadways over any other land.
3) the court may layout roadways over any land to which this part applies.
4) any order laying out roadways may be a separate order, or may be incorporated in a partition order or other appropriate order of the court.
a) Owners have had sufficient notice of application, with sufficient time to discuss and consider it, and their is a sufficient degree of support for the application amount the owners
b) Consent from each owner
c) Consent from Commissioner of Crowns Lands
d) Consent from NZTA and the TA
e) Consent from agent appoint by the court representing the interest of those ppl
f) Consent from TA
a) if the applicant purchased the land, the nature and quality of the access (if any) ti the landlocked land that existed when the applicant purchased the land; and
b) the circumstances in which the landlocked land become landlocked; and
c) the conduct of the applicant, and other parties, including attempts made to negotiate reasonable access.
d) the hardship that would be cause to the applicant in relation to the hardship cause to any other person
e) the relationship that the applicant has to the landlocked land
f) culture ad traditionally impact on applicant