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Short guide to native title
Bib ID 297068
Format BookBook
Description [Australia] : National Native Title Tribunal, c2000 
12 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
Summary

Brief description of native title and the role of the National Native TitleTribunal; briefly looks at how other titles are affected by native title.

Full contents
  • What is native title?
  • Who holds native title?
  • Where does native title exist?
  • Rights of home owners, leaseholders and the public
  • Where is native title extinguished?
  • Pastoral leases
  • Role of the National Native Title Tribunal
  • Role of the Native Title Registrar
  • How is native title recognised?
  • Mediation
 
Subjects Native title (Australia)  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure.  |  Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- Australia.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure.  |  Native title - National Native Title Tribunal.  |  Native title.  |  Australia.
Other authors/contributors National Native Title Tribunal (Australia)
Terms of Use Commonwealth of Australia 2000. 

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