The role of the Maori Trustee is to help manage Maori land.
The Maori Trustee Amendment Act 2009 , which came into force on
July 1,2009, sets up the Maori Trustee as a corporation sole, seperate from government and independent in its functions.
The role of the Maori Trustee is to help manage Maori land. The Maori Trustee has been in existence since 1921 and is now governed by the Maori Trustee Amendment Act 2009.
The Maori Trustee is independent of the Crown and is accountable to landowners and the Maori Land Court. The Maori Trustee is responsible for: Acting either as a trustee or agent for owners of Maori land, usually in leasing the land. Collecting and paying rent and other income to owners. Investing trust moneys. Keeping landowners informed about how their land is managed. Unclaimed Moneys: The Trustee holds monies that are unclaimed by landowners. Contact us to find out if you are entitled to any of the unclaimed monies. Unsure if you are a Landowner or just want more information about the Maori Trustee then call us on 06 3480099 or visit our web site.