Capital Letter: When customary law shouldn't apply
Penny Pepperell of Capital Letter Wed, 30 Nov 2011
The effect, if any, of Tuhoe burial custom on the common law duties of an executor or executrix of a will has been considered by the Court of Appeal in TAKAMORE v CLARKE (CA, 23/11/2011; Glazebrook, Chambers and Wild JJ,  NZCA 587 CA525/2009, 328 paras).
JT, a Maori man of Tuhoe descent,
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