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Zuckerberg's legal maneuver, called "quiet title and partition," was meant to clarify ownership rights to the land and force it to be sold to the highest bidder through a public auction, allowing Zuckerberg to purchase it.
In Friday's letter, Zuckerberg wrote that he and Chan's intention "is to achieve an outcome that preserves the environment, respects local traditions, and is fair to those with kuleana lands."Zuckerberg's co-plaintiff in some of the suits, 72-year-old retired University of Hawaii professor Carlos Andrade, will continue to pursue quiet title actions to clear up titles on the land belonging to his family, Zuckerberg said in the newspaper column.
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Ownership of some of the plots was unclear, crossing multiple generations and many heirs.
According to Zuckerberg's letter, some have had no inhabitants for decades.