Māori land legislation; Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993 provides the encouragement and the means to remedy title deficiencies, including; land with no practical access, land with inappropriate boundaries, and fragmented parcels.
Selected publications and outcomes
Strack, Mick. 2013. Surveyors, Maori Land and Te Tiriti o Waitangi. In: Strack, M.S. (ed) 2013. Survey Marks. School of Surveying and NZIS. Dunedin.
Berghan, J., Goodwin, D. & Strack, M. 2013. Striking a Balance: Balancing cultural and productive uses of Māori Freehold land. New Zealand Surveyor 302:4-12.
Strack, Mick, 2011. Bounding the Land: Cadastral Framework on the Taieri. in Ruru, J., J. Stephenson & M. Abbott. (eds). Making our Place. Otago University Press. Dunedin.
Strack M.S. 2011. Māori Land Title Reconstruction. Survey Quarterly. 66; 23-25.
Strack M.S. 2011 Māori Land: Title Reconstruction and Improvement Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors’ Māori land hui, 14th – 15th February, 2011, Rotorua.
Strack M. & Jeffery E. 2009. Access to landlocked Māori land. New Zealand Surveyor, No 299 31-35
Strack M.S. 2006. Māori Land Loss: A study of the processes of alienation – The Taieri Native Reserve. New Zealand Surveyor No.296 December 2006.
Strack M.S. & Rosie D. 2001. Māori Land: Kicking around the football. New Zealand Surveyor. Issue 291 : 15 - 19.