The Resource 'Less than freehold'?: : How the Native Title Act conceptualises native title, Jim Fingleton

'Less than freehold'?: : How the Native Title Act conceptualises native title, Jim Fingleton

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'Less than freehold'?: : How the Native Title Act conceptualises native title
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'Less than freehold'?:
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How the Native Title Act conceptualises native title
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Jim Fingleton
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Summary
Discusses the present attitudes to customary law in relation to native title tenure in Australia and suggests that a useful example to follow could "taken from our Pacific Island neighbours, who have developed legal systems in which custom is recognised as an integral part of the law . . . and customary land tenure is encouraged to meet the changing needs and aspirations of their people" (p. 78); under the headings: What native title consists of: Native Title Act 1993 (NTA) Sections 23(3), 47, 212(1)(2), 225(b)(ii); How native title is established: Ss 70, 72, 73, 74 and S193 of National Native Title Register
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1944-
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Fingleton, James Street
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non fiction
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Australia.
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