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Crown Forest Rental Trust Issues

The Crown Forestry Rental Trust is a body established as a result of the Māori Council’s action over the sale of Crown forest assets in 1989.  The Council sought and obtained a trust fund to assist Māori groups to present their claims to forests. This is the Crown Forestry Rental Trust.  Read full report….

131029 Report on Crown Forestry Rental Trust

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