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Maori Deeds of Land Purchases in the North Island of New Zealand: Volume Two

Native Land Act, 1865, and Native Land Act, 1867. — District of Otaki, Province of Wellington, Muhunoa No. 3 Block

Native Land Act, 1865, and Native Land Act, 1867.
District of Otaki, Province of Wellington, Muhunoa No. 3 Block.

At a Sitting of the Native Land Court of New Zealand, held at Otaki in the said District, on the 16th day of April 1874, before John Rogan, Esquire, Judge, and Enoka Te Whanake Assesser.

Upon hearing the parties, and upon evidence taken, it was ordered that the Land to be alienable. presiding Judge do report the opinion of the Court, that it is not proper to place any restriction on the alienability of a Parcel of Land at Muhunoa in the District aforesaid, containing by estimation Two thousand three hundred and forty (2340) acres and known by the name of Muhunoa No. 3 or of any part thereof, or to attach any condition to the estate to be granted.

Witness the hand of John Rogan Esquire, Judge, and the Seal of the Court, the sixteenth day of April 1874.

True Copy.

Edwin Woon.

(Signed) J. Rogan,
Presiding Judge.

A True Copy of Original Deed, Maori Précis, and Judge's Orders.

H. Hanson Turton.

Wellington, February 17th, 1876.