Land Owners Register

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This is a tutorial for the owners register available in Māori Land Owners Groups. 

Learn about the feature created to provide owners with the ability to update contact details in one place. Land Administrators from all land blocks can get in touch with you and owners can privately email each other directly without a middle man/platform.

The Purpose of the Register...

There are a number of questions that sparked the need to develop a solution that would still enable privacy to be maintained and the sharing of details to be at the discretion of owners and members of Maori Land Information.
  • How can I contact whanau or whanaunga, or call a hui of owners
  • I am researching whenua/whakapapa and would like to get in touch with whanau who may know more.
  • I can see the owners list on Māori Land Online or Pataka Whenua but I wonder how to get in touch with other owners?
  • I am a Trustee/Committee Member of a Trust or Incorporation and want to get in touch with land owners or shareholders but don't have a way of making contact? 
  • Who on the owners list are deceased or alive today?
  • Do I have to contact each individual Trust or can I update my details with all Trusts and Incorporations at once?

If you have any further questions or feedback, please feel free to leave a comment below and we will reply to queries on this tutorial to assist others that may have the same queries.

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Comments 14

CTYSON on Monday, 11 December 2023 22:13

ka pai

ka pai
Nomads77 on Saturday, 16 December 2023 03:48

Under 1982 request of official information or 2020 privacy policy I request all personal information documentation concerning me

Under 1982 request of official information or 2020 privacy policy I request all personal information documentation concerning me
Support@MLI on Saturday, 16 December 2023 14:01

Kia Ora Nomads77, please refer to your profile to view any information we have concerning you. We hold no additional information and you can add/remove any information you have provided. Ngā mihi.

Kia Ora Nomads77, please refer to your profile to view any information we have concerning you. We hold no additional information and you can add/remove any information you have provided. Ngā mihi.
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Guest - Joshua Takiari on Monday, 08 January 2024 19:00

My poppa is Sam Te Hiringa Takiari, my dad is Joseph Richard Francis Takiari. Aroha Mai not the best at Māori but Ko Joshua Takiari Toku ingoa

My poppa is Sam Te Hiringa Takiari, my dad is Joseph Richard Francis Takiari. Aroha Mai not the best at Māori but Ko Joshua Takiari Toku ingoa
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Kia Ora I have a copy of all my land before u changed the site, what I want to know is why is it so hard to access it and why it takes days to get confirmation, I should be able to access it without the one million barriers I do not accept nor do I consent to ur terms and conditions, I am marking it under duress

Kia Ora I have a copy of all my land before u changed the site, what I want to know is why is it so hard to access it and why it takes days to get confirmation, I should be able to access it without the one million barriers I do not accept nor do I consent to ur terms and conditions, I am marking it under duress
Support@MLI on Tuesday, 16 January 2024 19:04

Kia Ora Boronia-Camelia,
Members have never been able to search for their land interests for the purpose of getting a full copy and details on this website, that would be "Maori Land Online" or "Pataka Whenua". "Maori Land Information" (this website) was created in 2021 as a tool for land owners to connect through Land Owners Groups. We are independent and do not affiliate to any Ministry of Justice department or Government entity.

Kia Ora Boronia-Camelia, Members have never been able to search for their land interests for the purpose of getting a full copy and details on this website, that would be "Maori Land Online" or "Pataka Whenua". "Maori Land Information" (this website) was created in 2021 as a tool for land owners to connect through Land Owners Groups. We are independent and do not affiliate to any Ministry of Justice department or Government entity.
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Guest - KuluRose on Wednesday, 10 April 2024 00:06

So why then when I type Maori Land Online I get redirected here to your space. When I only want to know what land blocks my parents are in.

So why then when I type Maori Land Online I get redirected here to your space. When I only want to know what land blocks my parents are in.
Support@MLI on Wednesday, 10 April 2024 07:31

That has to do with Google and other search engines SEO. We provide groups for Maori Land Owners to connect and have a number of Maori Land tools to assist owners along the way. Pataka Whenua is still the place to go for a list of whenua for tupuna.

That has to do with Google and other search engines SEO. We provide groups for Maori Land Owners to connect and have a number of Maori Land tools to assist owners along the way. Pataka Whenua is still the place to go for a list of whenua for tupuna.
Tarn1 on Sunday, 11 February 2024 10:55

Am I registered as an owner? If not how do I register?

Am I registered as an owner? If not how do I register?
Support@MLI on Monday, 12 February 2024 21:39

Kia Ora, hopefully you have received emails to confirm verification as an owner and you will be advised as you join whenua groups. This process registers you as an owner and connects your profile to the owners register for notification in the future of your relevant interests. Happy to help wherever we can.

Kia Ora, hopefully you have received emails to confirm verification as an owner and you will be advised as you join whenua groups. This process registers you as an owner and connects your profile to the owners register for notification in the future of your relevant interests. Happy to help wherever we can.
Antskuru on Monday, 12 February 2024 20:54

Kia ora My name is Anthony Charlie Kuru, I was gifted land by my kuia, Ngati Kahungungu , I am an absolute owner,I don't understand or know what I need to do. I , my kids and Moko have no desire to go there, as we are established already. What do I do. Do I register with tumu paeroa to do this mahi for me. I don't have much time for the journey, respectively. Any suggestions please and thank you

Kia ora My name is Anthony Charlie Kuru, I was gifted land by my kuia, Ngati Kahungungu , I am an absolute owner,I don't understand or know what I need to do. I , my kids and Moko have no desire to go there, as we are established already. What do I do. Do I register with tumu paeroa to do this mahi for me. I don't have much time for the journey, respectively. Any suggestions please and thank you
Support@MLI on Monday, 12 February 2024 21:34

Kia Ora Anthony, As a responsible trustee in a whanau trust, you are able to share the duties of managing the whenua with the other trustees for the benefit of your children and the children/mokopuna of the tupuna of the trust. You are not alone and hopefully you would be able to support the other trustees in their mahi. Te Tumu Paeroa are an entity that manages land on behalf of ALL owners in a land block so all blocks with multiple owners would all need to agree to being managed by TTP. Whenua is about whakapapa and if you choose not to return, kei te pai. As long as the beneficiaries are aware of where they come from and the whakapapa (line of succession) to the whenua, they will have the opportunity to reconnect in the future. We are hopeful that if our members join their land groups that at the very least, they will be able to ask questions, stay connected and be informed. We wish you the best and would be happy to help with any queries you may have.

Kia Ora Anthony, As a responsible trustee in a whanau trust, you are able to share the duties of managing the whenua with the other trustees for the benefit of your children and the children/mokopuna of the tupuna of the trust. You are not alone and hopefully you would be able to support the other trustees in their mahi. Te Tumu Paeroa are an entity that manages land on behalf of ALL owners in a land block so all blocks with multiple owners would all need to agree to being managed by TTP. Whenua is about whakapapa and if you choose not to return, kei te pai. As long as the beneficiaries are aware of where they come from and the whakapapa (line of succession) to the whenua, they will have the opportunity to reconnect in the future. We are hopeful that if our members join their land groups that at the very least, they will be able to ask questions, stay connected and be informed. We wish you the best and would be happy to help with any queries you may have.
Nomads77 on Thursday, 15 February 2024 21:01

My name's Ricky Wallace I'm a owner and sharholder in The block paritata B1 it's been 6 months now when I put in a further succession to my great great grandmother tuhituhi makutu or ngapera te rei why haven't they made contact with me and what's taking so long with the case manager I'm ment to be getting

My name's Ricky Wallace I'm a owner and sharholder in The block paritata B1 it's been 6 months now when I put in a further succession to my great great grandmother tuhituhi makutu or ngapera te rei why haven't they made contact with me and what's taking so long with the case manager I'm ment to be getting
Support@MLI on Thursday, 15 February 2024 23:47

Kia Ora Ricky, We are not able to assist or provide information regarding internal processes of the Maori Land Court.
Please direct your queries to them directly. We understand it must be frustrating but just keep enquiring with them and someone will respond at some stage.

Kia Ora Ricky, We are not able to assist or provide information regarding internal processes of the Maori Land Court. Please direct your queries to them directly. We understand it must be frustrating but just keep enquiring with them and someone will respond at some stage.
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