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Highest profile investors pick National Property Trust’s path

Two of  National Property Trust's most high profile shareholders have indicated they will vote for a proposed restructure and it seems likely other shareholders will agree.The listed trust's investors will be voting on Friday on a proposal to cut tie

Jazial Crossley
Tue, 27 Jul 2010

Two of  National Property Trust's most high profile shareholders have indicated they will vote for a proposed restructure and it seems likely other shareholders will agree.

The listed trust’s investors will be voting on Friday on a proposal to cut ties with its parent company St Laurence (now in

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Jazial Crossley
Tue, 27 Jul 2010
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