Sir Ngatata Love has been re-elected to the Wellington Tenths Trust at its annual meeting at Pipitea Marae in Wellington.
He was one of three sitting trustees - Mark Te One and Jane Hughes were the other two - re-elected to new three-year terms today.
Trustees who retained their positions were Piki Carroll, Grant Knuckey, Peter Love, Lennox Love and Vennessa Ede.
Ten candidates sought election to six positions after sitting trustees Wayne Mulligan, Tony Ruakere and Richard Carroll (a former interim chairman) resigned their positions before their terms of office expired.
The three other candidates elected in today's ballot were Maurice Walden, Morrie Love and Richard Te One.
Sir Ngatata stood down as Wellington Tenths Trust chairman and as chairman of the Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust, the Palmerston North Maori Reserve Trust and the Wharewaka o Poneke Charitable Trust last month.
He stood down from all his positions representing Maoridom when the Serious Fraud Office launched an investigation in to "allegations of fraud in connection with transactions that are or may be connected with the trust".
The spokeswoman said the trust per se was not being investigated.
"We only investigate the involvement of individuals. We won't comment on who those individuals are," a Serious Fraud Office spokeswoman said.
Voting figures were not immediately available.
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