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Working with the Native Title Act: Alternatives to the adversarial method

Working with the Native Title Act: Alternatives to the adversarial method

proceedings from a workshop held 4-5 June 1997, Native Title Research Unit, AIATSIS, Canberra

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Published by Native Title Research Unit .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages153
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8301074M
ISBN 100855753323
ISBN 109780855753320
OCLC/WorldCa39663348

  Step 1: Broad statutory context Statutory land title regulation Freehold Property Law Act National Credit Code Land Title Act Community Titles Non-freehold land Land Act Retirement Villages Act Native Title Act Residential tenancies Trusts Act Mineral Resources Act Water Act Retail shop leases Alternative contact details 13 It is recommended that the CATSI Act is amended to oblige the corporation, where an alternative contact method has been nominated by the member, to ensure that the relevant information is recorded in a register separate to the Register of Members and stored with the corporation’s other records. Contact details and.

By the end of the Native Title Act (Cth) was passed. The NTA sought to achieve four main objectives: 1. To provide for the recognition and protection of native title. 2. To establish ways in which future dealings affecting native title may proceed and to . The implications of the case did not turn out to be as massive as was originally predicted. However, Mabo and the Native Title Act , because they did recognise native title to land and marine resources, have lead to the enhancement of the rights of Indigenous people to be considered as stakeholders in a range of land management issues.

BY AARON MOSS. As the legal year kicks off, one inevitably begins to reflect upon the year that was, and the year that will be. As this post will demonstrate, was a particularly significant year for native title law in Australia, and looks set to contain a number of equally significant developments. Aboriginal Customary Law: A Source of Common Law Title to Land. Ulla Secher. Hart Publishing, , pp , ISBN , $ Aboriginal Customary Law: A Source of Common Law Title to Land contributes to the discussion of property law in Australia in two primary ways. First, it provides a thorough analysis of the historical and contemporary context .


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Working with the Native Title Act: alternatives to the adversarial method: proceedings from a workshop held JuneNative Title Research Unit, AIATSIS, Canberra Author: Lisa Strelein ; Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.

Working with the Native Title Act: alternatives to the adversarial method: proceedings from a workshop held JuneNative Title Research Unit, AIATSIS, Canberra. Canberra: Native Title Research Unit. MLA Citation. Native Title Legal Practitioners' Workshop. and Strelein, Lisa.

and Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. Working with the Native Title Act: alternatives to the adversarial method.

Edited by Lisa Strelein, ($ including postage) Regional Agreements: Key issues in Australia, volume 1. Edited by Mary Edmunds, ($ including postage) A Sea Change in Land Rights Law: The Extension of Native Title to Australia’s Offshore Areas by.

To build on these resources, ALGA, with the support of the Legal Aid Branch of the Federal Attorney-General’s Department, the NNTT and ATSIC, has developed training workshops in the use and application of Working with Native Title and Working out Agreements.

Native Title Research Unit Publications The following NTRU publications are available from Aboriginal Studies Press, ph.: (02) Working with the Native Title Act: alternatives to the adversarial method. Edited by Lisa Strelein, (Proceedings from a native title legal practitioners’ workshop held June Working with the Native Title Act: Alternatives to the Adversarial Method, ed Lisa Strelein, Institute of Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Studies (IATSIS) Although the Native Title claim was not upheld ina cooperative agreement was signed by the Victorian government with the Yorta Yorta that included recognition of public land, rivers and lakes throughout north-central Victoria.

native title policy coordination and development and is involved in policy setting and the drafting of legislation in native title. Premier Richard Court denies a conflict of interest, saying that Mrs Novak has previously declared her share interest to the Ministry and that she did not work on claims where there would be such a conflict.

The purpose of the paper is to be a toolkit for parties engaged in native title negotiations in Victoria in respect of four categories of land and resource assets, national parks and nature conservation reserve system, State forests, inland waters, coastal and offshore waters.

Working with the Native Title Act: alternatives to the adversarial method: proceedings from a workshop Native Title Amendment Bill issues for indigenous peoples / ATSIC; The Native Title Act what it does and how it works /.

Before amendments were made to the Native Title Act (Cth) inauthorisation was an informal process. Courts essentially left the matter of authorisation to the claimants themselves and generally took at face value the word of the applicant(s) that File Size: 2MB.

Abstract. The vast majority of indigenous rights disputes are currently advanced, and resolved, outside domestic courts. This paper, which will appear in the upcoming book, "Indigenous Peoples and the Law: Comparative and Critical Perspectives", (Hart Publishing, Oxford), compares the out-of-court Author: Michael Coyle.

Working with the Native Title Act: alternatives to the adversarial method: proceedings from a workshop Dialogue about land justice: papers from the National Native Title conference / edited by Lisa Strelein; Land, rights, laws: issues of native title.

Issues paper. Vol. 1, / Native Title Research Un Short guide to native title. Members of the Yorta Yorta Aboriginal Community v State of Victoria and Others, relating to the native title claim made by the Yorta Yorta peoples to land and waters covering 2, square kilometres along and around the Murray and Goulburn Rivers.

This is particularly the case, given that the emphasis of the amended Native Title Act is on agreement-making and maximising ‘outcomes’ through non-adversarial and collaborative alternative dispute resolution mechanisms such as mediation and facilitation.

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The Native Title Act what it does and how it works / Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet; Native title legislation in Australia / edited by Richard H.

Bartlett and Gary D. Meyers; Working with the Native Title Act: alternatives to the adversarial method:.

In Australia, resource extraction companies must negotiate with Aboriginal parties who hold, or may hold, (native title or cultural heritage) rights and interests in the area of proposed development. These rights would be a result of the Future Act provisions of the Native Title Act (, Cth) and various legislative State by: The newsletter includes a summary of native title as reported in the press, a claims section, an agreements section and a mining and natural resources section.

There is also a recent publications section that lists, and occasionally reviews, some books, newspapers, journals and web-sites of relevance to native title. Show more. Consent determinations.

Last modified on 21 October, Once a native title application has been made and the parties determined, the Federal Court refers the application to mediation between the parties. The purpose of mediation is to assist the parties to reach agreement on matters including whether native title exists in the area claimed, who holds the native.

Native Title Inquiry Issues Paper May General Comments The State of South Australia (State) has long been aware of the special nature of claims for recognition of native title and has had a clear policy since of resolving claims by consent wherever possible'.

There have been only two contested native title hearings in South Australia. LAW Notes - Summary Introduction to Legal Systems and Methods. Notes from lectures and some tutorial responses. University. University of New England (Australia) Course. Introduction to Legal Systems and Methods (LAW) Uploaded by.

Jèb Smith. Academic year. /Consultations; Show more. The role of the Crown in native title proceedings. Last modified on 28 May, Crown parties—states, territories and the Commonwealth—have specific roles in native title proceedings. States and territories are typically the first respondents to a native title determination application.

This reflects the fact that native title is primarily a.Past, present and future — a progress report for mediators John L. Hancock The Native Title Act is not working. The act that was supposed to adversarial litigation for native title matters In the native title context Federal Court judges have especially.