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This publication is an attempt to make the Native Title Act 1993 more accessible. The authorised reprint of the Act as amended is included. In addition there is a commentary which has been prepared by lawyers of the Australian Government Solicitor and which sets out in brief summary form the decision in Mabo (No.2), other relevant decisions, the history of the Act and the amendments, and an outline of the Act as amended. Relevant second reading speeches are also included.

Statementby the Australian Government Solicitor.
ContributionsAustralian Government Solicitor., National Native Title Tribunal (Australia)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKU716.7.A311993 A4 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3465885M
ISBN 100644398000, 0644398000
LC Control Number2005440619

Australian Native Title Law Second Edition annotates the Native Title Act (Cth) and analyses the common law principles applicable to native title. It explains the essential concepts and principles which underpin it, including relevant principles of constitutional, property and discrimination law, referencing a range of relevant authority and materials.

Summary. Against Native Title – Conflict and creativity in outback Australia is about one group's lived experience of a divisive native title claim in the outback town of Ceduna, where the native title claims process has thoroughly reorganised local Aboriginal identities over the course of the past decade.

The central character in this story is senior Aboriginal woman Sue Haseldine, a self. Research themes Specialising in languages and cultural expression, native title and traditional ownership, education and cultural transmission, Native title book development and public policy, health and wellbeing, and land and water.; Research staff We maintain a highly productive interdisciplinary research team who facilitate and coordinate research across academic, community and public sectors.

Managed by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) and produced with the funding support of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.

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government, travel to the western prairies in to intermarry among the Cheyenne Indians. The covert and controversial "Brides for Indians" program, launched by the administration of Ulysses S. Grant, is intended to help assimilate the Indians into the white man's /5(K). ‘native title or native title rights and interests’ means the communal, group or individual rights and interests of Aboriginal peoples or Torres Strait Islanders in relation to land or waters, where:File Size: KB.

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So if he’s a monster, the title suggests, it can be blamed on American society. Title: Native title manager workbook Subtitle: Second edition First published: October This edition published: July first obtained the written advice of at least one of the person’s native title managers that it complies with any applicable provisions of the native title legislation: a.

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To work out whether native title has been determined over a particular area, you can conduct a search through the native title search page or by requesting a search from the NNTT.

In most cases it will not be necessary for a person or an organisation making a non-claimant application to obtain a determination of native title.

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[Melissa Castan; Sue Kee; Legal Information Access Centre.] -- Presents information about legal issues such as native title, land rights and international law; history of native title and land rights claims in Australia including the Mabo case; Native Title Act.

Introducing the native title system. From the Dreaming to the day. The Australian native title system has an often turbulent short history, but origins in the deep past.

This chapter is an overview, first of the long genesis of native title, followed by an account of the Mabo case and then a précis of the legislative system in operation. The Pages: This book is a thorough look at native title from a variety of perspectives, and at the place of native title within a broader conception of property.

It is of interest to native title practitioners, law and policy makers, social justice advocates and those with an interest in property law more generally. For a native title claim to succeed the Commonwealth Native Title act No, required proof of ongoing and unsevered connection with the land and demonstration that life continued for Aboriginal people much as it was before the arrival of white colonisers.

Under the far reaching mission and reserve system, which severed connection to country and damaged language and cultural practice Author: Jane Miller. Mabo and Native Title: The Mabo judgement; To conserve or farm?; How to share the land, not divide it; The Native Title Act and mineral exploration; Statement of principles -- for land access and mineral development on indigenous land; Scare tactics won\'t mask a divisive plan; A consistent confusion.

-. Native title is the designation given to the common law doctrine of Aboriginal title in Australia, which is "the recognition by Australian law that Aboriginal people have rights and interests to their land that come from their traditional laws and customs".

The concept recognises that in certain cases there was and is a continued beneficial legal interest in land held by local Aboriginal Australians which survived the acquisition of radical title. The Australian Federal Native Title Act marked a revolution in the recognition of the rights of Australia’s Indigenous peoples.

The legislation established a means whereby Indigenous Australians could make application to the Federal Court for the recognition of their rights to traditional country.

The fiction that Australia was terra nullius (or ‘void country’), which had prevailed since European. He has authored or edited twelve books, including Native Title in Australia: an Ethnographic Perspective, regarded as the most authoritative work in its field.

He is a Fellow Peter Sutton is an anthropologist and linguist who has worked with Aboriginal people since /5. This book focuses on the extensive commercial implications of Mabo, Wik and the native title legislation.

It covers: Australian native title legislation and cases The Wik decision and post-Wik legislative options The government’s proposed changes to the Native Title Act Cape York and Crescent Head Agreements The Century Zinc negotiations Accounting and auditing implications Implications.

"Australian Native Title Law" comprises introductory chapters which place the Native Title Act in context and explain essential principles and concepts, together with the Act and detailed commentary. Transitional provisions and the relevant Federal Court Rules are also reproduced, and a CD-ROM enclosed with the book contains additional legislative material and relevant authorities.

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It explores the life of a man named Henry Park who tries to assimilate into American society. It explores the life of a man named Henry Park who tries to assimilate into American : Chang-Rae Lee. Native title has often been one of the most controversial political, legal and indeed moral issues in Australia.

Ever since the High Court's Mabo decision ofthe attempt to understand and adapt native title to different contexts and claims has been an ongoing concern for that broad range of people involved with claims.

In this book, originally published inPeter Sutton sets out 1/5(1). This guide complements the Rule book info kit and is for prescribed bodies corporate (PBCs) and Registered Native title bodies corporate (RNTBCs) who have extra responsibilities under the Native Title Act It describes some of the important issues that need to be considered when writing rules for these types of corporations.

Queensland Government Native Title Work Procedures - Module CA, Department of Natural Resources and Mines, 1 Introduction Under s of the Native Title Act (NTA), there are two essential parts to the definition of public work.

These are described in Parts A and B below. A public work will come under either of these parts.

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This book is the most fundamental analysis of native title in the common law world since McNeil’s Common Law Aboriginal Title in Through a broad and detailed examination of the jurisprudence across Australia, USA, New Zealand and Canada, it argues that the Australian preoccupation with ‘tradition’ is a deeply flawed approach.

A second weakness is the book’s under-emphasis on the structural issues surrounding use of native title payments and benefits by Prescribed Bodies Corporate (holding corporations established under the Native Title Act) and other Indigenous groups.

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Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, p. ; 20 cm. ISBN: Summary: The Native Title.Native Title and Land Law - The Laws of Australia provides comprehensive coverage and analysis of common law principles relating to, and the statutory regulation of native title and land law in Australia.

Native Title and Land Law - The Laws of Australia provides easy to read and insightful commentary on topics including. constitutional status.