JURIDICAL ENCOUNTERS
Shaunnagh Dorset
ISBN9781869408640

Māori and the Colonial Courts, 1840-1852. During the Crown Colony period, the British attempted to impose their own law on New Zealand and the colonial authorities set out to craft new regimes and new courts through which Māori would be encouraged to forsake tikanga and to take up the laws of the settlers.

Auckland University Press, 2017. Softback. 317 pages. NEW



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