Deed of Mt Hiwi Charitable Trust

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT BY THE TRUSTEES

This Deed made this 30th day of April 2001 BETWEEN

Philip John Hancock, Student of Wellington ("the Settlor")

AND Alastair Peter Hancock; Non Commercial Artist, of Wellington

Delia Rose Small; Student, of Wellington

Kirsti Cheals; Student, of New Plymouth

Michelle Evelyn Bird; Student, of Wellington

Philip John Hancock; Student, of Wellington

Suzanne Lyn Blackburn; Manager, of Wellington ("the Trustees").

BACKGROUND

A. The Settlor wishes to create a Charitable Trust for the benefit of the community generally and specifically to carry out the objectives listed below.

B. The Settlor has paid the sum of ten dollars ("the Trust fund") to the Trustees to be held upon the trusts set out in this Deed.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT BY THE TRUSTEES

1. The Trustees acknowledge that on the signing of this Deed they will hold the Trust fund on Trust for the purposes set out in the objectives of this Deed.

2. The Trust fund will also include all money and property received or acquired by the Trustees for the purposes of these trusts at any time after the signing of this Deed.

3. The Trustees agree to immediately apply to be incorporated as a Trust under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 on the basis of the objectives, duties, powers and rules set out below in this Deed.

4. The Trustees will have the duties and powers set out below in this Trust Deed.

5. The Trustees will follow the rules set out below in this Trust Deed.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.00 NAME

2.00 OFFICE

3.00 DEFINITIONS

3.01 In this Deed the following terms shall mean where the context requires or admits:

4.00 OBJECTIVES

4.01 The Board is established to carry out the following charitable objectives within New Zealand:

5.00 DUTIES

5.01 The Board will have the following duties within New Zealand:

6.00 POWERS

6.01 The Board will have the following powers within New Zealand:

6.02 Limitations on Powers of the Board

7.00 STATUS WITHIN THE TRUST

7.01 Donations

7.02 Friends of the Trust

7.03 Members of the Trust

7.04 Board Members

7.05 Advisory Trustees

7.06 Nomination and Voting Rights

7.07 Use of the Cabin

7.08 Personal Records

7.09 Resignation from the Trust

7.10 Termination of Status within the Trust

7.11 No recourse

8.00 THE BOARD

8.01 Constitution of the Board

8.02 Election of New Board Members

8.03 Offices of The Board

8.04 Powers of the Board

8.05 Cessation of Board Membership

8.06 Termination of Board Membership

8.06 No recourse

9.00 ADVISORY TRUSTEES

10.00 COMMITTEES

11.00 MEETINGS

11.01 General Meetings of the Board

11.02 Special General Meetings

11.03 Annual General Meetings

11.04 Notice of Meetings

11.05 Terms of Attendance of Meetings

11.06 Quorum

11.07 Proceedings at Meetings

11.08 Referenda

12.00 COMMON SEAL

13.00 ACCOUNTS

14.00 APPLICATION OF FUNDS AND PROPERTY

15.00 LIABILITY

16.00 ALTERATIONS & ADDITIONS TO THE RULES

17.00 DISSOLUTION AND DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY AND FUNDS

SIGNATURES.

APPLICATION FOR INCORPORATION

DECLARATION



1.00 Name

(a) The name of the Trust established for the objectives and powers set out below is the Mount Hiwi Charitable Trust (the Trust).

2.00 Office

(a) The registered office of the Trust shall be 175 Taranaki Street, Wellington, or such place as the Board may from time to time determine.

(b) If the Board determines to alter the address of its registered office, notice of the alteration shall be given to the Registrar of Incorporated Societies within one month of the Boardās determination.

3.00 Definitions

3.01 In this Deed the following terms shall mean where the context requires or admits:

(a) Year and financial year mean the period beginning on the 1st day of April in any year and ending on the last day of March the following year.

(b) Mount Hiwi Property refers to Sections 8,9,33 & 34, Block XV1, Opaku Survey District, C/T G1/486 and any other land acquired by the Trust.

(c) Members are those who hold second level, interim first level and first level membership as defined in clause 7.03.

(d) Institutional member means any group, company, institution or other non-single person entity gaining membership of the Trust.

(e) Friends are those who have made a logged donation to the Trust in accordance with clause 7.02.

(f) Cabin means a permanent structure on the Mount Hiwi Property which will be used as temporary accommodation for up to 10 to 15 people on such terms as the Board determines or for such other purposes as the Board determines.

(g) Wildlife sanctuary and sanctuary means the protected portion of the Mount Hiwi Property in which pest control is focused.

(h) Wildlife sanctuary and sanctuary means the protected portion of the Mount Hiwi Property in which pest control is focused.

4.00 Objectives

4.01 The Board is established to carry out the following charitable objectives within New Zealand:

(a) To preserve and regenerate indigenous New Zealand Ecosystems in perpetuity.

(b) To foster initiatives that minimise negative impacts on regenerating ecosystems.

(c) To foster the use of toxic free technologies for flora and fauna pest control.

(d) To establish and maintain a native wildlife sanctuary on the Mount Hiwi Property.

(e) To provide facilities for research, education and community involvement in the preservation and regeneration of indigenous New Zealand ecosystems.

(f) To do any other act within New Zealand that advances the above charitable objectives.

5.00 Duties

5.01 The Board will have the following duties within New Zealand:

(a) To purchase, lease or otherwise acquire the Mount Hiwi Property for the purposes of meeting the objectives of the Trust.

6.00 Powers

6.01 The Board will have the following powers within New Zealand:

a) To purchase, lease, hire or otherwise acquire any real or personal property.

b) To sell, let, mortgage, hire out or otherwise dispose of or deal with any of the property or assets of the Charitable Trust.

c) To construct, maintain or alter any buildings or property.

d) To raise or invest money on such terms as may be thought fit.

e) To enter into any contract or arrangement with any individual, government department, or corporate body.

f) To promote or undertake research to facilitate the attainment of objectives of the Trust.

g) To pay all or any of the expenses incurred in establishing and running the Board.

h) To employ or engage staff, advisors or other people whether or not they are Trustees, and to pay their wages, salaries and/or their expenses on terms suitable to the Board.

i) To employ such staff as may be necessary to administer the affairs of the Trust and to manage the Mount Hiwi Property upon such terms as the Board shall think fit.

j) To operate businesses.

k) To levy fees and impose charges for entry to and use of all facilities of the Trust.

l) To seek revenue funds from all available sources.

m) To delegate any of its powers to a board of management or corporate body and/or to establish a management company to administer and manage the Mount Hiwi Property while reserving the Boardās right to appoint and remove the directors of such a company.

n) To alter the powers and rules of the Board provided that no alteration or addition detracts from the charitable purposes of the Board.

o) To do all such other things that in the opinion of the Board will further the Trustās objectives, duties and powers provided that nothing will be done to detract from the charitable purposes of the Board, or conflict with any condition imposed by the Department of Inland Revenue.

6.02 Limitations on Powers of the Board With the exception of any loan raised for the purpose of carrying out the Duties of the Board, the Board may not raise loans without the permission of a 75% majority of Trust members with voting rights.

RULES

The rules of the Board will be as follows:

7.00 Status within the Trust

7.01 Donations

(a) Status within the Trust is related to the cumulative total of one's donations.

(b) Only monetary donations of $10.00 or more will, at the request of the donor, be logged.

7.02 Friends of the Trust

The status of Friend shall be attained when logged donations total $10.00 or more.

7.03 Members of the Trust

(a) The status of Second Level Member shall be attained when logged donations total $1000.00 or more.

(b) A Second Level Member shall become an Interim First Level Member when they make regular payments to the Trust at a rate of at least $10.00 per week.

(c) The status of First Level Member shall be attained when logged donations total $2500.00 or more.

(d) The Board may also at its discretion grant First Level Membership to donors of property or to those who make a contribution which is comparable in value to that required for First Level Membership.

7.04 Board Members

(a) The election of Board Members and terms of Board Membership are set out in clause

7.05 Advisory Trustees

(a) The appointment of Advisory Trustees is set out in clause 9.00. 7.06 Nomination and Voting Rights

(a) All Members of the Trust have the right to nominate prospective Board Members.

(b) First and Interim First Level Members and Board Members may vote in the election of Board Members and in any referenda carried out by the Board.

(c) The Board may, in exceptional circumstances, grant voting rights on specific issues to such categories of Friends and Members as it determines.

(d) Where an institution has nomination or voting rights those rights shall be exercised by that institutionās duly authorised representative.

(e) Anyone who is eligible to make a nomination or to vote shall have one nomination or vote only.

7.07 Use of the Cabin

(a) Unless the Board determines otherwise, all Members are entitled to access the Mount Hiwi Property at all times and have the right to book and stay in the Cabin.

(b) First Level Members can stay in the Cabin for free and this right is giftable and bequeathable.

(c) Interim First level Members can stay in the Cabin for free.

(d) Board Members can stay in the Cabin for free.

(e) Advisory Trustees can stay in the Cabin for free.

(f) Second Level Members can stay in the Cabin for 1/2 price.

(g) The Board may set additional conditions of use of and access to the Cabin as it sees fit.

(h) Notwithstanding the above, where the member is an Institutional Member the Board shall negotiate the rates and terms for use of the Cabin.

(i) The Board shall also determine the rates and terms on which non-members may use the Cabin.

7.08 Personal Records

(a) Any person is entitled to request access to and correction of their personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1993.

(b) Where there is an issue over the value of logged donations against a personās name then the Board will consider the matter and shall take steps to ensure that the record is accurate, up to date and complete.

7.09 Resignation from the Trust

(a) Any Friend or Member may resign his or her status within the Trust by submitting a written resignation to the Board.

7.10 Termination of Status within the Trust

(a) A Friend or Member may have his or her status within the Trust terminated by a vote of 75% of the Board if:

i) In the opinion of a 75% majority of the Board members present, he or she has been guilty of any grave misconduct likely to reflect unfavourably upon or damage the reputation of the Trust.

ii) In the opinion of a 75% majority of the Board members present he or she has been guilty of grave misconduct likely to impact adversely upon or damage the integrity of the Mount Hiwi Property.

(b) The Friend or Member concerned must be given:

i) at least 14 days notice of the proposed termination;

ii) the reasons for the proposed termination;

iii) an opportunity to reply at the meeting considering their termination.

7.11 No recourse

(a) Any Friend or Member who resigns from the Trust according to clause 7.09 or has his or her status within the Trust terminated according to clause 7.10 will relinquish all privilege associated with their status within the Trust and shall have no recourse (financial or otherwise) to the Trust.

8.00 The Board

8.01 Constitution of the Board

(a) The Board will have between six (6) and ten (10) members.

(b) The Trustees named in this Deed will be the original Board Members and their appointment will commence from the date of this Deed.

(c) On their election to the Board, new Board Members will become Trustees.

(d) Each Board Memberās term will expire at the third Annual General Meeting after their election to the Board unless they are earlier removed according to clause 8.05 or 8.06.

(e) Board Members shall be eligible for re-election so long as the total period for which a Board Member shall hold office continuously shall not exceed twelve (12) years.

(f) No member of the Board shall be paid any remuneration for services as a Board Member except in accordance with clause 14.00 (f).

8.02 Election of New Board Members

(a) Board Members shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting of the Trust according to the rules of this deed. (b) When a Board Member ceases to be a Board Member in accordance with clause 8.05 then the Board shall, unless it determines otherwise, and subject always to clause 8.01(a), replace that Board Member as soon as is practicable by an election at a general meeting of the Board.

(c) A prospective Board Member must be nominated by a Member of the Trust.

(d) To be eligible for nomination, a prospective Board Member must be: (i) a Member, or in the case of an Institutional Member, must be that memberās duly appointed representative; and (ii) legally eligible to live in New Zealand for the duration of their term.

8.03 Offices of The Board

(a) The Board shall have the following offices:

(i) A Chairperson who shall be a Member of the Board and shall be elected by the Board.

(ii) A Secretary who shall be appointed by a resolution of the Board and whose duties shall be to give notice of all meetings of the Board, to keep minutes and records of all meetings of the Board and to perform such other duties as the Board may determine and as are normally incidental to the office of Secretary.

(iii) A Treasurer who shall be appointed by a resolution of the Board and whose duties shall be to have the custody of the books of account and be in charge of the funds of the Trust. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to see that all statutory and other requirements, with reference to the financial matters of the Trust, are complied with and to perform such other duties as the Board may determine and as are normally incidental to the office of Treasurer.

(b) The term of office for all officers shall be until the end of the next Annual General Meeting of the Trust.

(c) The Secretary and Treasurer need not be Board Members.

(d) A person may hold the office of both Secretary and Treasurer.

(e) The founding Chairperson shall be elected and the founding Secretary and Treasurer shall be appointed at the first meeting of the Board. Thereafter, the election and appointment of new officers shall take place at the Annual General Meeting of the Trust or where an office needs to be filled, as soon as is practicable at a general meeting of the Board.

(f) The Chairperson may not also be the Secretary, but may be the Treasurer.

8.04 Powers of the Board

(a) The Board members will be responsible for the management of all the affairs of the Trust and may exercise all the powers given to it by this Deed.

8.05 Cessation of Board Membership

(a) The appointment of any member of the Board shall immediately cease if he or she:

i) Resigns from the Trust according to clause 7.09; or

ii) Has his or her status within the Trust terminated according to clause 7.10; or

iii) By notice in writing to the Trust resigns from the Board; or

iv) Becomes bankrupt or suspends payment or compounds with his or her creditors generally; or

v) Dies; or

vi) Is absent from New Zealand for an aggregate period exceeding 18 months since his or her most recent election as a Board Member.

8.06 Termination of Board Membership

(a) A Board Member may be removed from the Board by a vote of 75% of the Board Members if:

(i) Without leave of the Board he or she is absent from all meetings of the Board for a period of not less than six months; or

(ii) In the opinion of a 75% majority of members of Board Members present has been guilty of conduct unbecoming a Board Member.

(b) The Board Member concerned must be given:

i) At least 14 days notice of the proposed removal;

ii) The reasons for the proposed removal;

iii) An opportunity to reply at the meeting considering their removal.

8.07 No recourse

(a) Any Board Member who is removed from the Board according to clause 8.05 or 8.06 will relinquish all privilege of Board Membership and shall have no recourse (financial or otherwise) to the Trust.

9.00 Advisory Trustees

(a) Up to five (5) Advisory Trustees may be appointed by resolution of the Board, these Advisory trustees being persons with specialised knowledge and interests in relation to the objectives of the Trust.

(b) An Advisory Trustee may be removed by resolution of the Board.

(c) Advisory Trustees shall not be members of the Board by virtue of their appointment as Advisory Trustees.

(d) No Advisory Trustee shall be paid any remuneration as an Advisory Trustee except in accordance with clause 14.00 (f).

10.00 Committees

(a) The Board may from time to time appoint committees of one or more Trust Members and may delegate to any such committee any of the duties and powers of the Board.

(b) The Board must designate one Representative to be responsible for that committee, providing information to the Board in the form of an auditable trail of expenses and commitments.

(c) Any such committee shall have power to co-opt persons who are not members of the Trust to be members of such a committee.

(d) The Board shall in all cases have and retain the right to revoke any appointment of a committee and to revoke the delegation to any committee of any duty or power of the Board. No such delegation shall prevent the exercise of any power by the Board.

(e) Unless and until any such delegation is revoked it shall continue in force according to its tenure.

11.00 Meetings

11.01 General Meetings of the Board

(a) The Board shall meet at such times and places as they may agree to dispatch the business of the Trust, but in any event at least twice a year.

(b) One of these meetings shall be an Annual General Meeting of the Trust.

(c) The Chairperson or any two Board Members shall have power to call a General Meeting of the Board.

(d) Advisory Trustees are entitled to attend General Meetings of the Board.

(e) Committee Members and other persons may be requested by the Board to attend General Meetings of the Board.

11.02 Special General Meetings

(a) Where specific issues arise the Chairperson or any two Board members shall have the power to call a Special General Meeting.

11.03 Annual General Meetings

a) The Annual General Meeting of the Trust will be held no later than the 30th June in every year at a time and place to be fixed by the Board.

b) The business of the Annual General Meeting shall include the following:

(i) consideration of the annual report(s) which shall include a report on the activities of the Trust for the year and the statements referred to in clause 13.00 (c);

(ii) consideration of special business;

(iii) consideration of general business;

(iv) other business;

(v) election of Board members and appointment of officers.

11.04 Notice of Meetings

a) General Meetings of the Board

(i) The Secretary shall give not less than 14 days notice of the time, place and date of General Meetings of the Board to all Board Members and Advisory Trustees.

(ii) However, if all Board Members agree a General Meeting of the Board (not including the Annual General Meeting) may be called within a shorter notice period.

(iii) The notice shall include an agenda for the meeting and any special business to be discussed.

b) Special general meetings

(i) Notice in writing of any special business to be considered at a Special General Meeting shall be given to the Secretary not less than 30 days prior to the Special General Meeting.

(ii) The Secretary shall give not less than 21 days notice of the time, place and date of any Special General Meeting of the Trust to all Board Members, Advisory Trustees, Committee Representatives and all those with voting rights as defined in clauses 7.06 (b) and 7.06 (c).

(iii) The Notice shall include an agenda for the meeting, the reason for calling the meeting and any special business to be discussed.

c) Annual General Meetings

(i) Notice in writing of any special business to be considered at the Annual General Meeting shall be given to the Secretary not less than 30 days prior to the Annual General Meeting.

(ii) The Secretary shall give not less than 21 days notice of the time, place and date of the Annual General Meeting of the Trust to Board Members, Advisory Trustees, Committee Representatives and all those who have a status within the Trust as defined in clause 7.00.

(iii) The notice shall include an agenda for the meeting and any special business to be discussed.

11.05 Terms of Attendance of Meetings

(a) Committee Members and anyone with status within the Trust is entitled to attend Special General meetings and Annual General Meetings of the Trust.

(b) Committee Representatives appointed under clause 10.00(b) are entitled to attend any meeting of the Trust and to report on the activities of their Committee.

(c) In exceptional circumstances, the Chairperson may grant remote attendance for a Board Member or Advisory Trustee at any meeting of the Trust.

11.06 Quorum

(a) No business shall be transacted at any Meeting of the Trust unless a quorum of the Board Members is present.

(b) Unless otherwise specified in these rules, the quorum shall be fifty percent (50%) of all the Board Members with a minimum of four (4).

(c) Those making up the quorum must at all times be present unless remote attendance has been granted in accordance with clause 11.05(c).

11.07 Proceedings at Meetings

(a) The Chairperson shall chair all meetings of the Trust. If at any such meeting the Chairperson is not present within ten minutes after the scheduled starting time or is unwilling or unable to act as Chairperson, the Board Members present shall appoint one of their number to act as Chairperson for that meeting.

(b) Decision making of the Board shall be simple majority of those present.

(c) Where an issue is being voted on, decision making shall be by simple majority of those present and entitled to vote.

(d) At all General Meetings of the Board the Secretary and Treasurer shall table the following:

(i) full minutes of the previous meeting;

(ii) an update from each current committee;

(iii) a statement of financial performance against budget year to date.

(e) Copies of the above are to be circulated to the Board Members not present within ten (10) days following the meeting.

(f) The Board may develop standing orders for the conduct of meetings of the Trust.

11.08 Referenda

(a) The Board may initiate referenda at meetings of the Trust.

(b) A committee will be appointed to organise and carry out any referenda.

(c) Votes are to be counted in the presence of at least two (2) Board Members.

(d) The Secretary shall notify all those with voting rights of the results of any referendum within ten (10) days of conclusion of the referendum.

12.00 Common Seal

(a) The common seal of the Board will be held in the custody of the Board and will be used only when authorised by a resolution of the Board.

(b) When the seal is used the Board will appoint two of its members to sign the document to which the seal is affixed.

13.00 Accounts

(a) The Trust Board shall maintain a bank account for the Trust with a New Zealand bank whenever possible. All funds received by or on behalf of the Trust shall be paid into the Board's bank account.

(b) All cheques and withdrawal slips drawn on the Boardās account shall be signed, countersigned or endorsed in such a manner as the Board shall determine from time to time.

(c) The Board shall keep or cause to be kept proper books of account. As soon as is practicable after the end of each year the Board shall prepare or cause to be prepared for inclusion in the Annual Report statements of:

(i) cash flows;

(ii) the financial position of the Trust;

(iii) such other information as may fairly reflect the position, financial and otherwise, of the Trust, the resources available to it and the financial results of its operations.

14.00 Application of Funds and Property

(a) Wherever possible all funds and assets of the Trust are to be held in New Zealand.

(b) All moneys and funds raised or collected by or on behalf of the Trust shall be applied by the Board in the manner prescribed in these Rules providing that nothing herein shall be deemed to prevent the Board from establishing a reserve fund or funds for any purposes of the Trust.

(c) The Trust shall maintain Trust Funds at a level that will allow current expenses, such as rates, to be covered.

(d) All moneys received or collected by and on behalf of the Trust and all the income and property of the Trust shall be applied solely in and towards the promotion of the objectives of the Trust, providing however that nothing herein contained shall be deemed to preclude the payment out of the Trust Fund of all expenses properly incurred in collecting such moneys and in otherwise administering the Trust.

(e) No income or property shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly to Board Members or Advisory Trustees, however:

(i) This will not prevent payment of reasonable remuneration or expenses to any Board Member or Advisory Trustee for any services performed by them for the Trust.

(ii) Board Members and Advisory Trustees shall be entitled to be reimbursed out of the Trust Fund for all reasonable travelling, accommodation and other expenses properly incurred in attending meetings of the Trust or while engaged on the activities of the Trust.

(iii) A Board Member or an Advisory Trustee may charge for any services carried out by him or her where the Board would have had to pay for that service if it was carried out by somebody who was not a Board Member or an Advisory Trustee. Any such income paid shall be reasonable and relative to that which would be paid in an armās length transaction (being the open market value).

(f) The provisions and effect of sub-clauses (d) and (e) above shall not be removed from this document and shall be included and implied in any document replacing this document.

15.00 Liability

(a) The liability of the Board, or any members of the Board shall at all times be limited to the assets of the Trust under the administration of the Board.

(b) No Board Member or any person acting on the authority of the Board shall be liable for any loss incurred by the Trust unless attributed either to the dishonesty of that person or to the wilful commission or omission of any known fact by that person.

16.00 Alterations & Additions to the Rules

(a) The Board may alter, add to or cancel any rules at a meeting of the Trust provided that:

(i) written notice of the proposed change is included in the notice calling the meeting;

(ii) there is a quorum of 75% of Board Members present;

(iii) the meeting may amend the proposed change;

(iv) a 75% majority of the Board Members present at the meeting agree to the change;

(v) no part of the Trust Fund or the income there from shall become subject to any trusts other than trusts for charitable purposes;

(vi) no alteration, addition or cancellation will be made to these rules that is in conflict with:

(1) the charitable nature of the Trust;

(2) the Charitable Trust Act 1957;

(3) the conditions of any exemption granted by the Department of Inland Revenue.

(b) When considering any proposed variation to the Rules, the Board shall as far as is practicable preserve the integrity of the Trust's original purpose and intent by departing there from only to such extent as may be considered necessary or desirable given changed circumstances, in order to fulfill objectives as nearly and closed aligned as possible with the Trustās original purpose and intent.

(c) Duplicated original copies of every such alteration; addition, rescission or amendment shall forthwith be delivered to the Registrar of Incorporated Societies.

17.00 Dissolution and Disposal of Property and Funds

(a) The Trust may be wound up if at a Special General Meeting the Board passes a resolution to do so and appoints one or more liquidators to wind up the Trust's affairs.

(b) This resolution must be confirmed at a subsequent General Meeting which has been called for that specific purpose and is held not earlier than 42 days after the original resolution was passed.

(c) Any surplus assets shall be distributed to other approved charitable trusts with similar charitable objectives within New Zealand and shall be determined by the Board at the subsequent General Meeting held to confirm the resolution to wind up the Trust. Failing the Board making such a determination, the distribution of surplus assets shall be determined by the High Court of New Zealand.

SIGNATURES

SIGNED by ) _____Philip Hancock as Settlor in the presence of: )

Witness...Felicity Marriott. Occupation, RGN, Address, Wellington.

SIGNED by ) _Delia Small___ as Trustee in the presence of: )

Witness...Felicity Marriott. Occupation, RGN, Address, Wellington.

SIGNED by ) _Suzanne Blackburn_ as Trustee in the presence of: )

Witness...Felicity Marriott. Occupation, RGN, Address, Wellington.

SIGNED by )___Alastair Hancock__ as Trustee in the presence of: )

Witness...Felicity Marriott. Occupation, RGN, Address, Wellington.

SIGNED by )__Michelle Bird__ as Trustee in the presence of: )

Witness...Felicity Marriott. Occupation, RGN, Address, Wellington.




APPLICATION FOR INCORPORATION OF TRUSTEES AS A BOARD

1. We, being Trustees of MOUNT HIWI TRUST hereby apply to be incorporated as a Board under the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Act 1957.

2. We desire the name of the Board to be MOUNT HIWI TRUST.

3. The registered office of the Board is to be at 175 Taranaki Street, Wellington.

4. There is no Board for which the Trustees act.

5. The following documents are attached to this application:

a) Copy of the Deed of Trust including the aims, powers and constitution of the Board dated this 30th day of April 2001.

b) Declaration by Philip John Hancock DATED this 30th day of April 2001 SIGNED by

Philip Hancock,

Suzanne Blackburn,

Alastair Hancock,

Michelle Bird,

Delia Small,

as Trustees, in the presence of: Name . F Marriot,

Felicity Marriott. Occupation, RGN, Address, Wellington.




DECLARATION IN SUPPORT OF AN APPLICATION FOR INCORPORATION OF TRUSTEES AS A BOARD

I, Philip John Hancock of Wellington, do solemnly and sincerely declare as follows:

1. By a resolution passed at a meeting of the Trustees of MOUNT HIWI TRUST on the 30th day of April 2001 it was resolved that the trustees should apply to be incorporated under the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Act 1957.

2. The Trustees hold no assets or property other than the Trust Fund held on the trusts set out in the Deed of Trust dated 30th day of April 2001, a copy of which accompanies the application.

3. I certify that the Trust Deed which incorporates the aims, powers and rules under which the Board will operate is correct.

4. I am a Trustee of MOUNT HIWI TRUST and I have been authorised by the Trustees to make this declaration.

I MAKE this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true and by virtue of the Oaths & Declarations Act 1957.

DECLARED at Wellington this 30th day of April 2001 before me: Sacha Wallach,

A Solicitor Of The High Court Of New Zealand



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