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Leave to Appeal: Maori Coucil v Attorney-General

[Full judgment: SC_98_2012__NZ_Maori_Council__Anor_v_The_AG__Ors.pdf]

JUDGMENT OF THE COURT

A Leave to appeal, and to appeal direct to this Court, is granted.

B The approved ground of appeal is whether the High Court was right to dismiss the application for review.

C The respondents will prepare the case on appeal and will file and serve it by 1.00 pm on Friday 21 December 2012.

D The appellants are to file and serve their written submissions by 4.00 pm on 18 January 2013.

[Full judgment: SC_98_2012__NZ_Maori_Council__Anor_v_The_AG__Ors.pdf]
E The respondents are to file their written submissions in reply by 4.00 pm on 25 January 2013.

F The Court will hear the appeal on 31 January and 1 February 2013.

G Leave is reserved to the parties to apply for further directions should they be required.

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