Unwritten Constitutions of Incorporated Societies: A Critical Examination of the Treatment of Tikanga in Tamaki v Māori Women's Welfare League Inc
This article critically considers a High Court decision that found that an incorporated society’s tikanga should be on equal footing with the society’s written constitution, from the point of view of consistency with the Incorporated Societies Act 1908.
Publisher: Otago Law Review Trust
Keywords: Corporate law; Incorporated Societies Act 1908; New Zealand
Research Type: Journal Article