Understand what ahuwhenua trustees do, including their responsibilities, the guidelines they adhere to and the different roles they can take on.
Understand the duties of different kinds of trustees, including: responsible trustees, advisory trustees, custodian trustees and agents.
Find out how land owners can appoint or change trustees, how issues with trustees are handled, and the Māori Land Court's role in the process.
Trusts are formed to manage Māori land or assets on behalf of owners. They are directed by an document called a trust order.
All Māori land trusts have to be regularly reviewed by the Māori Land Court. See upcoming trust review dates on the Māori Land Court website.
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