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Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Act 2011.

Country/Territory
New Zealand
Document type
Legislation
Date
2011 (2017)
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Land & soil, Sea, Wild species & ecosystems
Keyword
Basic legislation Land tenure Public land Ownership Coastal zone management Traditional rights/customary rights Marine area Management/conservation
Geographical area
Oceania
Entry into force notes
This Act enters into force on the day after the date on which it receives the Royal assent.
Abstract

This Act establishes a durable scheme to ensure the protection of the legitimate interests of all New Zealanders in the marine and coastal areas; recognizes the manu tuku iho exercised in the marine and coastal area by iwi, hapu and whanau as tangata whenua; provides for the exercise of customary interests in the common marine and coastal areas; and acknowledges the Treaty of Waitangi.

Full text
English
Website
www.legislation.govt.nz

References - Legislation

Repeals

Foreshore and Seabed Act, 2004.

Legislation | New Zealand | 2004 (2009) | Repealed

Keyword: Land tenure, Public land, Ownership, Coastal zone management, Marine area

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Implemented by

Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Reclamation Fees Regulations, 2012.

Legislation | New Zealand | 2012

Keyword: Coastal zone management, Drainage/land reclamation, Royalties/fees, Marine area

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) (Wardens) Regulations 2017.

Legislation | New Zealand | 2017

Keyword: Coastal zone management, Land commission, Jurisdictional competence, Local government, Traditional rights/customary rights, Marine area, Monitoring

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Ownership of Structures Regulations 2015.

Legislation | New Zealand | 2015

Keyword: Land tenure, Public land, Ownership, Coastal zone management, Legal proceedings/administrative proceedings, Land commission, Jurisdictional competence, Local government

Source: FAO, FAOLEX