(Natural News) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg really ticked many Hawaiian natives off recently, when he decided to launch eight lawsuits against families who had inherited portions of his estate’s land.
Under the Kuleana Act, natives are given the right to own land if one of their family members was the original purchaser.
The Act, which was established as Hawaiian law in 1850, makes 14 parcels, or eight acres of Zuckerberg’s 700-acre estate, available to natives.
(RELATED: Find more Facebook news at Facebook.fetch.news) The lawsuits were launched on December 30, but the law still gives direct family members of a parcel’s original owner the right to enter Zuckerberg’s private compound.
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The lawsuits that have now been filed would compel owners of Kuleana parcels to either sell or surrender their ownership.
Zuckerberg has stated that he is reconsidering the matter, however.
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