Native hawaiian law a treatise is the definitive resource for understanding critical legal issues affecting native hawaiians this extensively revised and updated edition of the groundbreaking 1991 native hawaiian rights handbook offers a comprehensive overview and analysis of specific topics within this complex area of law including native hawaiians and us law. This in depth guide is an essential addition to the growing body of scholarship on indigenous peoples law native hawaiian law a treatise is a collaborative effort of the native hawaiian legal corporation ka huli ao center for excellence in native hawaiian law at the william s richardson school of law university of hawaii at manoa . today native hawaiians comprise 1 5 of state population erosion of indigenous control over the land primarily through the insertion of western legal tactics government religion foreigners took more control exploiting hawaiian cultural beliefs in land as collective property privatization of land displaced native hawaiians. Traditional and customary rights section 7 the state reaffirms and shall protect all rights customarily and traditionally exercised for subsistence cultural and religious purposes and possessed by ahupuaa tenants who are descendants of native hawaiians who inhabited the hawaiian islands prior to 1778 subject to the right of the state to regulate such rights. Native hawaiian law a treatise discusses and analyzes the critical events cases statutes regulations and actions that form and give substance to a body of law affecting kanaka maoli the native hawaiian people this highly anticipated follow up to the 1991 native hawaiian rights handbook covers a number of important topics including
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