If you wish your property to be used for a charitable purpose within New Zealand you may decide to establish a charitable trust.
A NZ charitable trust differs from other trusts in that it does not have particular beneficiaries but instead is for a particular purpose. This type of trust therefore need only identify a class of people and not particular individuals as beneficiaries.
As with creating any trust you should choose the trustees carefully.
Help yourself - the documents are free of charge.
Pack contains a template for an agenda and minutes of an Annual General Meeting of a charitable organisation.
A short form charitable trust deed for exclusively charitable purposes within New Zealand, as is required for registration as a Charity for taxation purposes
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