2 edition of Aboriginal land rights and the northern territory found in the catalog.
Aboriginal land rights and the northern territory
Ralph James Dunnet Hunt
|Statement||by Ralph Hunt.|
|LC Classifications||HD1066 .H85|
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|LC Control Number||73150561|
Act No. of as amended, taking into account amendments up to Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment Act An Act providing for the granting of Traditional Aboriginal Land in the Northern Territory for the benefit of Aboriginals, and for other purposes: Administered by: Attorney-General's; Prime Minister and Cabinet. The Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment (Jabiru) Bill (Cth) (the Bill) was introduced into Federal Parliament’s House of Representatives on 13 May by the Hon Ken Wyatt, Minister for Indigenous Australians.
Northern Land Council (NLC) and the NT government agree to settle rights to access Indigenous waters by December Traditional owners want funding to support an Aboriginal fishing body. Published 14 November Newly updated land use maps covering the Northern Territory’s (NT) million square kilometres are now available. The new maps will assist the agricultural sector make informed decisions about what crops to grow, where to grow them, and the availability of water.
1. On 2O July , the Northern Land Council lodged an application under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act on behalf of Aboriginals claiming to have a traditional land claim in what was described as 'the FOGG BAY TO THE ADELAIDE RIVER area of the Northern Territory'. Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act Limmen Bight land claim (Applied Anthropology Documentation Project) [John Toohey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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1)Cited by: 7. Aboriginal land rights in the Northern Territory. [Canberra]: Legislative Research Service, Dept. of the Parliamentary Library, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Bennett; Australia.
Department of the Parliamentary Library. Since the late s, a significant amount of research materials were generated in the Northern Territory preparing claims to be heard under the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (Northern Territory) Comprised of anthropological, linguistic, historical, archaeological and legal research documents, field notes, photographs, and audio-visual recordings, these materials are highly significant for the national heritage of Aboriginal peoples.
Millions of books Out-of-print, rare and collectable Find yours now. NATLEX, the ILO's database featuring national laws on: labour, social security and related human rights Australia - Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment Act No.
2 of Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory (Volume 1) is the first in a series of two works by Graeme Neate which examine the content and oper- ation of the controversial Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act (Cth) as at the end of The Act was an initiative of the Whitlam Labor government which was.
The Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act has resulted in almost 50 per cent of Northern Territory land being returned to Aboriginal peoples. Some State governments followed the lead of the Australian Government and introduced their own land rights legislation.
After many years of struggle Aboriginal law and land rights were finally recognised in Australian law in the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act (ALRA). Magnify Gurindji leader Vincent Lingiari has sand poured into his hands by then Prime Minister Gough Whitlam in There are three types of land lease arrangements for Aboriginal land in the Northern Territory (NT).
These are: infrastructure leases ; remote community housing leases ; whole of township leases. Infrastructure leases. These long-term infrastructure leases are negotiated for all government facilities.
The Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act (ALRA) is Australian federal government legislation that provides the basis upon which Aboriginal Australian people in the Northern Territory can claim rights to land based on traditional occupation. It was the first law by any Australian government that legally recognised the Aboriginal system of land ownership, and legislated the Citation: No.
The Aboriginal Land Rights Act established a procedure that transferred almost 50 per cent of land in the Northern Territory (around km2) to collective Aboriginal ownership.
  Following this, some states introduced their own land rights legislation; however, there were significant limitations on the returned lands, or that. Aboriginal Australians - Land tenure - Law and legislation - Australia - Northern Territory.
Building on land rights for the next generation: report of the review of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act / John Reeves - Details - Trove.
In 76 libraries. Purposes, scheme of Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act, ; Aboriginal Land Commission, Mr. Justice Woodward; traditional ownership, identity; land claims, procedure; admissibility, content of evidence; role of anthropologists; Aboriginal Land Commissioner, functions; role of Minister for Aboriginal Affairs; Aboriginal Land Title, form, registration, features.
The NSW Aboriginal Land Rights Act. In the March federal election the Hawke government had promised legislation to ensure "land rights are achieved for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people throughout Australia and their cultural sites and objects are fully protected". ABORIGINAL LAND RIGHTS LAW IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY: VOLUME 1 by In a Commonwealth Act laid the basis for a partial restoration to Aboriginal peoples of land areas in the Northern Territory.
This book provides an account of that remarkable legislation and the way in which it has been. Published by: Sydney, Alternative Publishing Co-operative, Neate, Graeme J. Aboriginal land rights law in the Northern Territory. Volume 1 / Graeme Neate Alternative Publishing Co-operative Chippendale, N.S.W Australian/Harvard Citation.
Neate, Graeme J.Aboriginal land rights law in the Northern Territory. Our land, our life: Aboriginal land rights in Australia's Northern Territory Central Land Council ; Northern Land Council Alice Springs: Winnellie, N.T Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
The Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act was the first attempt by an Australian government to legally recognise the Aboriginal system of land ownership and put into law the concept of inalienable freehold title.
The Land Rights Act is a fundamental piece of social reform. The Aboriginal Land Rights Act established the basis upon which Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory could claim rights to land based on traditional occupation.
The statute, the first of the Aboriginal land rights acts, was significant in that it allowed a claim of title if claimants could provide evidence of their traditional.
A group of Aboriginal land rights claims in the Northern Territory, some held up for almost 20 years by ongoing opposition from cattle and fishing industry groups, will remain unresolved because.
The NLC is a body corporate established under the Land Rights Act and a Native Title Representative Body recognised under the Native Title Act Key legislation Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act (Cwh) also referred to as the Land Rights Act and ALRA ; Native Title Act ; Aboriginal Land Act (NT).
A Bill for an Act to amend the law relating to the town of Jabiru, and for related purposes. The Parliament of Australia enacts: 1 Short title This Act is the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment (Jabiru) Act 2 Commencement (1) Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of .Northern Territory Approximately 47% of land in the Northern Territory is Aboriginal freehold under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act (Cth).
Pastoral leases cover 45% of the Territory, and a further five percent of the Territory is also .