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If I understand correctly, you need a object TaskList across the application. Assuming it has a set of properties, you can have a public static class TaskList, with all the properties needed, which will be available across the application.

If it is just a list of tasks and there are some more things of this sort, have all these as properties in a common static class and expose them as properties of type List.

Since the class would be public, you can access it anywhere in the application.

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