Pursuant to sections 338(1)(a) 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 hereby set apart as a Māori reservation for the purpose of practising tikanga Māori, education, employment opportunities, whānau occupation and whānau community to be known as the Motatau 3L Māori Reservation for the common use and benefit of the descendants and successors of the late Heeni Whetu Whiu and Te Ahuahu Mangu and the wider community.
North Auckland Land Registration District
All that piece of land situated in Block XIV Kawakawa Survey District and described as follows:
|1.6491||Motatau 3L defined in Survey Office Plan 30531 (being land formerly held by the Crown for the purposes of a Māori school described in Proclamation 10244 made by notice in the New Zealand Gazette, 9 May 1940, No. 41, page 1010) and part of the closed road defined in Māori Land Plan 13091 and Survey Office Plan 31831 (being a stopped road formerly vested in the Crown by order of the Native Land Court at 18 Bay of Islands MB 38 on 20 May 1940).|
Dated at Wellington this 20th day of October 2017.
MICHELLE HIPPOLITE, Chief Executive, Ministry of Māori Development.