The Resource Aboriginal law does now run in Australia: : reflections on the Mabo Case: from Cooper v Stuart through Milirrpum to Mabo, Barbara Hocking

Aboriginal law does now run in Australia: : reflections on the Mabo Case: from Cooper v Stuart through Milirrpum to Mabo, Barbara Hocking

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Aboriginal law does now run in Australia: : reflections on the Mabo Case: from Cooper v Stuart through Milirrpum to Mabo
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Aboriginal law does now run in Australia:
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reflections on the Mabo Case: from Cooper v Stuart through Milirrpum to Mabo
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Barbara Hocking
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eng
Summary
Prior to the Mabo decision the common law had been racist in its application because it did not uphold traditional land ownership; the judgement has over-ruled the doctrine of terra nullius; discusses other aspects of the case - prior title and prior sovereignty, settled doctrine, nature of native title, extinguishment, compensation, proof,
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Hocking, Barbara
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Aboriginal law does now run in Australia: : reflections on the Mabo Case: from Cooper v Stuart through Milirrpum to Mabo, Barbara Hocking
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Label
Aboriginal law does now run in Australia: : reflections on the Mabo Case: from Cooper v Stuart through Milirrpum to Mabo, Barbara Hocking
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references

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