Off to court it is

October 20th, 2012 at 12:59 pm by David Farrar

As was almost inevitable, the Maori Council have filed in court.

Do not be surprised if there is some sort of agreement or injunction not to proceed until the substantive hearing. That is why the sale is schedule for March to June 2013, so that the substantive hearing can be held in time.

Hall said the council had not yet raised all the budgeted $400,000 to take the legal action.

It’s good money for lawyers, this work!

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32 Responses to “Off to court it is”

  1. flipper (3,819 comments) says:

    The only good thing about all this is that the Crown has unconditionaly ruled out paying Hall et al’s costs.
    If the Goivernment backs down on this —- Lord help them.
    National party member volunteers wont.

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  2. metcalph (1,401 comments) says:

    Hall? As in Donna Hall? What happened to her case before the Law Society?

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  3. wreck1080 (3,797 comments) says:

    Sure beats the traditional maori method of resolving disputes yet not so tasty.

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  4. Griff (6,989 comments) says:

    Sorry to burst the bubble maori but you are stepping out side of the tribunals principals of the treaty on their website

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  5. Johnboy (15,537 comments) says:

    The real problem is that we bother to continue to give credence to things Murri.

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  6. Redbaiter (7,981 comments) says:

    This the legacy of John Key’s appeasement of separatists.

    Sucking up to the Maori Party.

    Rubbing noses with Tama Iti.

    Supporting the flying of the “Maori” flag over Auckland Harbour bridge.

    The Prime Ministership can be ticked off on John Key’s bucket list, but the rest of the country has paid a huge price for this politically vacuous clown with his pissant boyhood ambitions.

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  7. Kevin (1,122 comments) says:

    Do Maori realise that due to the global financial crisis we are borrowing billions just to finance social services let alone all their wet dreams?

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  8. krazykiwi (9,189 comments) says:

    JB – the answer is that a tiny, elite minority have massively vested interests, while the vast majority fear being labelled raaaaaaacist if they speak up.

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  9. Johnboy (15,537 comments) says:

    “Rubbing noses with Tama Iti.”

    John hasn’t been to Waikeria yet has he Red?

    Still if he continues to fuck up it’s time he was! :)

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  10. Johnboy (15,537 comments) says:

    Fortunately some of us are not overawed by jiggaboo speardancing KK! :)

    Not enough of us are in Parliament of course! :)

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  11. thor42 (970 comments) says:

    Spot-on, Johnboy and Redbaiter!
    F**k John Key, f**k the the Maori Council and F**K the Treaty.

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  12. Manolo (13,514 comments) says:

    F*ck the greedy Stone Agers.

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  13. Johnboy (15,537 comments) says:

    However the jigaboo speardancing has a certain ambiance to it folks, surely? :)

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  14. liarbors a joke (1,069 comments) says:

    “Lawyers Donna Hall and Felix Geiringer handed over documents this afternoon at the High Court in Wellington ”

    The gravy train chugs on while thumbing its nose at its funders. When does it end? Oh thats right, it doesnt.

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  15. Kevin (1,122 comments) says:

    National have caused much of this problem. They have created a monster that is outside the control of our normal democratic processes. Given that the attorney general is an ex iwi lawyer, who actually speaks for us?

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  16. Johnboy (15,537 comments) says:

    Chris Finlayson is one of our blokes laj. Give him a call…!!!! :)

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  17. Johnboy (15,537 comments) says:

    Course it all started with the piece of shit Norm Kirk and carried on with the other POS Lange.

    Glad the turds are dead. Time their policies were as well! :)

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  18. backster (2,120 comments) says:

    What will she do if the case is too stressful ?

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  19. rg (199 comments) says:

    If the lawyers are white, it represents a good way for white folks to get some of their tax money back from the Maori handouts

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  20. Johnboy (15,537 comments) says:

    FESter is working diligently on that aspect of the current law rg. :)

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  21. Nick K (1,124 comments) says:

    “Lawyers Donna Hall and Felix Geiringer handed over documents this afternoon at the High Court in Wellington.”

    On a Saturday? When was the High Court ever open on a Saturday for filing court proceedings? It’s not that urgent that they call the registrar and get him open the doors is it?

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  22. KH (693 comments) says:

    It’s a maori rule. Whatever you get you go for more.
    So there was always going to be a court case.

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  23. KH (693 comments) says:

    Some try to tell us Maori have a different concept of ownership.
    Quite so. In fact it’s a very very nasty one.
    if you want something, you take it.
    If you can get away with violence, then that’s fine.
    if you have to weedle and lie. Then take a case to the Tribunal.
    if you get more than what is reasonable – thats fine.
    Create a bit of white guilt. Why not – it works.

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  24. liarbors a joke (1,069 comments) says:

    I gave my thoughts on finlayson a while back Johnboy and earned demerits for my honesty. I still stand by my views on him. He is worse than montrose graham.

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  25. Johnboy (15,537 comments) says:

    One must be careful regarding comments on the National Party blog laj.

    Circumspection and divertilocution not to mention interalispecious comments are fine.

    However Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious comments are best if you want to stir the shit! :)

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  26. thor42 (970 comments) says:

    That TURD Graham. The **treasonous bastard.**
    I’ll never forget him with his oily smile and smooth oily voice.

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  27. Johnboy (15,537 comments) says:

    Not to mention his Financial Nous thor! :)

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  28. Johnboy (15,537 comments) says:

    Bet he still gets an invite to Nat Party knees ups eh? :)

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  29. RF (1,342 comments) says:

    Hll. A mighty snout in the Public Trough. When will we ever learn that the brown colored stone age tribes people are just pure 100% greedy.

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  30. keykiller (2 comments) says:

    RF
    The future is changing my cracker friend, adjust or be adjusted son.

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  31. keykiller (2 comments) says:

    John BOY
    No amount of childish unintelligent 50′s slurs will make your penis any bigger, sorry.

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  32. tvb (4,240 comments) says:

    They will he lucky to get their injunction or even a suspension pending the hearing. They can apply to the court for one but I doubt they will get it. Selling a minority stake in a company alters nothing so far as water rights are concerned.

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