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Iwi rohe or Iwi boundaries, and Marae locations within the Taranaki region . A statutory acknowledgement is a formal acknowledgement by the Crown of the mana of tangata whenua over a specified area. It recognises the particular cultural, spiritual, historical and traditional association of an iwi with the site, which is identified as a statutory area. Statutory areas only relate to Crown‐owned land and include areas of land, geographic features, lakes, rivers, wetlands, and coastal marine areas.
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