Explain getting an occupation order? Rangitukia, Tikitiki East Coast Nz. Block Marangairoa D25 has a whanau Kahaki

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Customer: Explain getting an occupation order?
JA: What state is this in? It matters because laws vary by location.
Customer: Rangitukia, Tikitiki East Coast Nz.
JA: What steps have been taken so far?
Customer: Block Marangairoa D25 has a whanau Kahaki Trust.
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Customer: There is one other landowner. There is an existing home.
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Hi My name is ***** ***** I am a New Zealand lawyer based in Wellingtonwith more than 42 years of experience. I am here to help with your questions.

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If you want to apply for an occupation order so that you can move into the house on the property, you would need to talk to the trust which owns the property first, and likely make an application to the Maori  land court for the orders. I hope this is

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Kia ora.I am a Trustee on the Trust and I occupy the existing house.Do we inform the one other share holder of the block, he has a third of the land , let him know our intention?The bigger plan is a Papakainga perhaps several other dwellings ..What are the steps?Kia ora.I am a Trustee on the Trust and I occupy the existing house.Do we inform the one other share holder of the block, he has a third of the land , let him know our intention?The bigger plan is a Papakainga perhaps several other dwellings ..What are the steps?Kia ora.I am a Trustee on the Trust and I occupy the existing house.Do we inform the one other share holder of the block, he has a third of the land , let him know our intention?The bigger plan is a Papakainga perhaps several other dwellings ..What are the steps?Kia ora.I am a Trustee on the Trust and I occupy the existing house.Do we inform the one other share holder of the block, he has a third of the land , let him know our intention?The bigger plan is a Papakainga perhaps several other dwellings ..What are the steps?Kia ora.I am a Trustee on the Trust and I occupy the existing house.Do we inform the one other share holder of the block, he has a third of the land , let him know our intention?The bigger plan is a Papakainga perhaps several other dwellings ..What are the steps?
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You should consult with the other landowner and negotiate an agreement as to what you want to do. If he isn’t cooperating that’s when you would need to go to the court

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Totally agree.Thank you .
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