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However Maoridom’s peak organisation, the Iwi Leaders’ Forum, is watching the claim closely. This week the forum indicated Key’s confidence that water issues can be settled after the Mighty River sale by negotiations with it, is misplaced.Key’s stance is that no one owns the water in New Zealand’s rivers and lakes.But the first claimant to make a submission as the hearings opened on Monday challenged that in no uncertain terms.Landowners don’t pay for water they have rights to draw on, but the presence of those water rights makes that land so much more valuable when they sell it.Similarly, though the the SOE power companies don’t pay for the water or steam that runs through their power stations, they would have little value without the right todraw on those resources.Council co chairman Sir Eddie Durie said ownership of the water was not what the council and other claimants were trying to assert.”But they are saying there are particular streams, lakes, rivers, aquifers and springs that they [claimants] have used, and as a result of that use, have acquired a customary law interest in those things.”Sir Eddie said that before water was effectively allocated to private shareholders through the sale of Mighty River Power and other state assets “we must ask, are there prior interests? And we’re saying yes, there are.”Submitters, including Tony Hirapi of Te Arawa sub tribe Tapuika Tiaki, said his iwi had chosen not to assert those rights when water was used by the Government in a way that benefited the national interest, but “when it seeks to use that water 51 per cent for the nation and 49 per cent for others, we disagree”.Labour list MP and former chair of Waitangi Fisheries Commission Shane Jones, who is well informed in both Maoritanga and Treaty law, said: “The moment the Government moves to privatise access rights or make those access rights enjoy a character very close to a tradeable property right you wake up the taniwha of Maori ancestral rights.”State Owned Enterprises Minister Tony Ryall said the Government’s position was that the mixed ownership model did not impact on the rights and interests of Maori. Case law supported that view, he said.However the Government always expected there would be claims and potential legal action.”That is the general road that one finds in a whole lot of these things”That was why the Government had held a series of hui with iwi across the country earlier this year to discuss Maori rights and interests in water before introducing its mixed ownership model legislation.But the more established and long running consultation is taking place through the Land and Water Forum, which covers 58 groups representing primary industries, environmental and recreational organisations, iwi and others.The land and water forum’s work includes forging “a stronger partnership between Crown and iwi in managing water resources; and the need for effective involvement of iwi at all levels of water management”.