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Bartier Perry
Councils should consult native title managers before dealing with Crown land to avoid impairing native title rights.
Bartier Perry
Councils must consult with native title managers before dealing with Crown land, to avoid impairing native title rights.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
These cases confirm the importance of respectfully engaging with Aboriginal Cultural Heritage issues before works start.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The 'Timber Creek' case was the first to comprehensively deal with the interpretation of the NTA compensation provisions.
Holding Redlich
The High Court awarded compensation and interest to the native title holders in an amount of about $2.5 million dollars.
Holding Redlich
The Clarence Valley Council was fined $300,000 for the removal of a tree which was identified as culturally significant.
Holding Redlich
This recent decision of the Federal Court questioned the use of non-claimant applications to secure tenure over land.
McCullough Robertson
All NSW crown land policies, including native title and the aboriginal land claim assessment process, are being updated.
Carroll & O'Dea
Article discusses the current situation regarding constitutional recognition of indigenous Australians.
Holding Redlich
State governments have been responsible for payment of native title compensation for the impact of acts on native title.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The ACH Bill will introduce a new legal framework for managing and conserving Aboriginal cultural heritage (ACH) in NSW.
Holding Redlich
This bulletin has links to recent media releases, reports, and decisions of interest to Queensland government lawyers.
Holding Redlich
The decision will enable the State government to issue leases over land in the Torres Strait and Aboriginal communities.
Clayton Utz
Legislative change is needed to clarify for Aboriginal parties just when the last claim standing rule does NOT apply.
Clayton Utz
Federal Government Options Paper aimed at improving native title system seeks views on amendments to Native Title Act.
Carroll & O'Dea
In its Final Report, the Referendum Council has put forward a single recommendation for constitutional amendment.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This decision could be a guide to the assessment of compensation for the extinguishment or impairment of native title.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This decision considered six major issues relating to compensation for extinguishment or impairment of native title.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The decision determined that native title does not exist in relation to any part of the land or waters in the claim area.
McCullough Robertson
The system is "a transformative, contemporary and respectful vision for the management of Aboriginal cultural heritage".
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Bartier Perry
Councils must consult with native title managers before dealing with Crown land, to avoid impairing native title rights.
Bartier Perry
Councils should consult native title managers before dealing with Crown land to avoid impairing native title rights.
McCullough Robertson
All NSW crown land policies, including native title and the aboriginal land claim assessment process, are being updated.
Holding Redlich
The High Court awarded compensation and interest to the native title holders in an amount of about $2.5 million dollars.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
These cases confirm the importance of respectfully engaging with Aboriginal Cultural Heritage issues before works start.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The 'Timber Creek' case was the first to comprehensively deal with the interpretation of the NTA compensation provisions.
Holding Redlich
This recent decision of the Federal Court questioned the use of non-claimant applications to secure tenure over land.
Carroll & O'Dea
Article discusses the current situation regarding constitutional recognition of indigenous Australians.
Holding Redlich
State governments have been responsible for payment of native title compensation for the impact of acts on native title.
Holding Redlich
The Clarence Valley Council was fined $300,000 for the removal of a tree which was identified as culturally significant.
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