The Resource Indigenous property rights : new developments for planning and valuation, John Sheehan, Ed Wensing

Indigenous property rights : new developments for planning and valuation, John Sheehan, Ed Wensing

Label
Indigenous property rights : new developments for planning and valuation
Title
Indigenous property rights
Title remainder
new developments for planning and valuation
Statement of responsibility
John Sheehan, Ed Wensing
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Looks at the effects of the recognition of Indigenous land rights on land management and at the issues of valuation and compensation for the loss of native title; extinguishment of native title on pastoral leases; coexistence of native title and leases; land use agreements; in towns and cities; right to negotiate; compensation for loss of cultural, social or spiritual values
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Cataloging source
ANL
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Sheehan, John
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Wensing, Ed
  • Australia Institute
Series statement
Discussion paper,
Series volume
no. 17
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Land use
Label
Indigenous property rights : new developments for planning and valuation, John Sheehan, Ed Wensing
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"March 1998"
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [61]-68
Contents
1. Introduction -- 2. Recent developments and the continuing debates : The Wik case ; The government's response to Wik ; Reactions to the 10-point plan -- 3. The emergence of statutory estates (leasehold) and their impact on Indigenous property rights : Statutory estates ; Reservation clauses of statutory estates ; Indigenous property rights survive the grant of a statutory estate ; Pastoral leases do not extinguish Indigenous property rights ; Issues ; Consequences for land management -- Land use planning and management : Coexixtence is commonplace ; The impact of Indigenous property rights on land use planning ; A critique of existing approaches to planning and land management ; Removal of the 'right to negotiate' in towns and cities akin to reinstating 'terra nullius' ; Towards new methodologies for land use planning ; Planning philosophy and practice: a time for change ; Improving planning education for Indigenous interests ; Enhancing planning practice ; A re-examination of past and present professional land use planning practices -- Valuation and compensation : Existing case law in the area of valuation and compensation ; Case law relevant to the coesistence of Indigenous property rights ; Case law for the assessment of compensation for the extinguishment of Indigenous property rights ; Pre-empting the courts on valuation and compensation ; Towards a methodology for valuation and compensation ; The valuation of an interest in land where there may be coexixting Indigenous property rights ; Assessment of compensation for the expropriation of Indigenous property rights ; Future directions for the valuation profession -- Conclusions : Implications for land management ; Coexistence ; Implications for land use planning ; Land use planning's poor record ; New approaches to the practice of land use planning ; Valuation and compensation
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
68 p.
Label
Indigenous property rights : new developments for planning and valuation, John Sheehan, Ed Wensing
Publication
Note
"March 1998"
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [61]-68
Contents
1. Introduction -- 2. Recent developments and the continuing debates : The Wik case ; The government's response to Wik ; Reactions to the 10-point plan -- 3. The emergence of statutory estates (leasehold) and their impact on Indigenous property rights : Statutory estates ; Reservation clauses of statutory estates ; Indigenous property rights survive the grant of a statutory estate ; Pastoral leases do not extinguish Indigenous property rights ; Issues ; Consequences for land management -- Land use planning and management : Coexixtence is commonplace ; The impact of Indigenous property rights on land use planning ; A critique of existing approaches to planning and land management ; Removal of the 'right to negotiate' in towns and cities akin to reinstating 'terra nullius' ; Towards new methodologies for land use planning ; Planning philosophy and practice: a time for change ; Improving planning education for Indigenous interests ; Enhancing planning practice ; A re-examination of past and present professional land use planning practices -- Valuation and compensation : Existing case law in the area of valuation and compensation ; Case law relevant to the coesistence of Indigenous property rights ; Case law for the assessment of compensation for the extinguishment of Indigenous property rights ; Pre-empting the courts on valuation and compensation ; Towards a methodology for valuation and compensation ; The valuation of an interest in land where there may be coexixting Indigenous property rights ; Assessment of compensation for the expropriation of Indigenous property rights ; Future directions for the valuation profession -- Conclusions : Implications for land management ; Coexistence ; Implications for land use planning ; Land use planning's poor record ; New approaches to the practice of land use planning ; Valuation and compensation
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
68 p.

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