AWINZ proof of legal identity
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From: Grace Haden
Dear Ministry for Primary Industries,
in april 2000 the international league of horses made an application for approved status under section 122 of the animal welfare act .
I was provided with the documents in 2012 and have just re discovered them . I note that the documents they provided included a certificate of incorporation thus proving that the league was a legal person in its own right capable of suing being sued and entering into contracts
at the same time an application by the animal welfare institute of new zealand was being considered. I have been told that I have all the documents and know that it was not incorporated because our trusts successful incorporation in 2006 proved that no other legal person by that name existed .
AWINZ enforced the law on the public for 10 years yet had no accountability to the public this has been brought to the attention of MPI and I cannot believe that this has simply been covered up .
please provide all documentation which the MPI relied upon for a legal existence of AWINZ . I am aware that you were provided with a trust deed in 2006 which differed from the deed which was produced in court and would like to know what MPI has ever done with regards to the fraudulent application for approved status and the supply of an fraudulent trust deed.
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Ministry for Primary Industries
Tēnā koe Grace,
Thank you for your official information request received on 13 February 2020.
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