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Results of Annual Meeting

NZX RELEASE

30 July 2014

Results of Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of Kiwi Income Property Trust Unit Holders was held in Auckland today.

The single resolution put to the meeting, which considered the re-appointment of Richard Didsbury as a director of the Manager, was passed by way of poll. Pursuant to NZX Listing Rule 3.3.2(a), the Board has determined that Mr Didsbury continues to be an independent director.

The outcome of voting on the resolution is as follows:

 For Against
Result Units (No.) % Units (No.) %
Passed 469,481,837 99.77 1,104,755 0.23

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