Seymour Cash

Act leader David Seymour has made a virtue of owning no property, but now says he is a beneficiary of trusts that own three properties, according to a Herald report.

Seymour calls this an honest mistake, and says he has legal advice saying he doesn’t really own any of those properties: his grandparents’ beach house, a neighbouring section, and his father’s house in Whangārei. But he could end up owning some of them – or a share in them – as a beneficiary of the trusts. Here’s Andy’s view…

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