Pursuant to section 338(1) of Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993, on the recommendation of the Māori Land Court, the Māori freehold land described in the Schedule hereto is set apart as a Māori reservation for the purpose of protecting Wahi Tapu, places of historical significance, soil protection against erosion, camping, cultural practices, kai gathering and a meeting place for owners and their descendants. The Māori reservation shall be held for the benefit of the beneficial owners and their descendants and will be known as the Te Unu Unu 2F2B Māori reservation.
Wellington Land District
All that piece of land known as Te Unu Unu 2F2B Block situated in Block VIII Kaiwhata Survey District and described as follows:
|Description||Land Information New Zealand Reference|
|28.6998||Te Unu Unu 2F2B Block.||451699|
Dated at Wellington this 19th day of April 2017.
MICHELLE HIPPOLITE, Chief Executive, Ministry of Māori Development.
(Appln No. A20120011825 and A20140008091)