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Any obligations that arise out of such interactions would be, for the reasons given earlier in the text, voluntarily extinguishable.
The state's ownership of sovereignty lands is not extinguishable by legal or equitable estoppel nor by operation of the Marketable Record Title Act.
Yet Maori sovereignty expresses the 'fact' of a different experience of place, understood in terms of a different body of law, or knowledge, which after Barry Barclay I call first law or prior law (7)--an antecedent authority that is not in essence extinguishable (not extinguishable, for instance, within the terms of an understanding of things Maori set by settler legal doctrine).