Notice of Application for Approval of a Scheme Pursuant to Part III of the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 Notice is hereby given that Christopher House Trust Board, a trust registered under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957, has filed in the office of the High Court at Auckland an application for approval of a scheme to dispose of the property and income of the Christopher House Trust Board to the Hohepa Homes Trust Board to be held for its charitable purposes. The objects of the Christopher House Trust Board as set out in its trust deed are to do anywhere in New Zealand any of the following acts or things, namely: ``The establishment and conduct of accommodation and facilities for support, counselling, living, work, training, education and development of handicapped persons according to the methods advocated by Rudolf Steiner for which purposes they shall do and carry out all such matters and things as are likely to promote the objects and purposes of these trusts and in particular but without derogating from the generality of the foregoing: (a) To stimulate professional and public interest, awareness and education in the said objects and purposes of these trusts by means of general press, radio, television, films and other media as may from time to time appear to the trustees to be appropriate; (b) To encourage and facilitate the acquisition, dissemination and application of knowledge and information concerning the said objects and purposes of these trusts; (c) To educate and facilitate a greater awareness in the community of matters pertaining to the said objects and purposes of these trusts by all such means as the trustees deem practicable and desirable including but without limitation thereto lectures, presentations, meetings, seminars, classes and the publication and dissemination of relevant literature; (d) To carry out or further as the trustees may from time to time deem practicable and desirable any of the objects and purposes of these trusts in conjunction or association with any other organisation or person having in the opinion of the trustees similar or complementary purposes; (e) To do all such other acts and things as may from time to time appear to the trustees to be practicable and desirable for the furthering of the objects and purposes of these trusts and generally to use and apply the trust fund for the promotion or encouragement of such other charitable purposes in New Zealand as the trustees may from time to time think fit.'' The objects of the Hohepa Homes Trust Board as set out in its trust deed are: ``To establish and maintain homes, schools, clinics, farms, workshops, laboratories and hostels anywhere in New Zealand for the curative, education and social therapy of intellectually handicapped children, young persons and adults and to carry on and extend as such establishments education work among such children, young persons and adults based on the principles of the late Dr Rudolf Steiner. To assist in the education, upbringing, training and starting in life of young persons or adults who are or have been residents. To support any form of research into diseases or other medical or physical disability of children and young persons. To establish and support or assist in any way associations, institutions or trusts which have as an object the provision of benefits to intellectually handicapped persons.'' Copies of the scheme and the report of the Attorney-General thereon may be inspected, free of charge, at the office of the Registrar of the High Court at Auckland or at the offices of Rainey Collins Wright & Co, Solicitors, First Floor, Princes Court, 2 Princes Street, Auckland. The application has been set down for hearing in the High Court at Auckland on the 8th day of November 1996 at 10.30 a.m. Reference No. M. 1238/96. Any person desiring to oppose the scheme is required to give written notice of his or her intention to do so to the Registrar of the High Court at Auckland and the Christopher House Trust Board whose address for service is at the offices of Rainey Collins Wright & Co, First Floor, Princes Court, 2 Princes Street, Auckland and the Attorney-General, care of the Crown Law Office, St Pauls Square, 45 Pipitea Street, Wellington, not less than 7 clear days before the above-mentioned date. WARWICK FRANCIS WRIGHT, Solicitor for the Applicant.