Tenure trade and transactions: an updated look at land tenure reform in communities on Aboriginal land
Over the last decade, the Australian Government has spent tens of millions of dollars on the introduction of land tenure reform in communities on Aboriginal land. It has currently committed a further $17M to township leasing and land administration reforms and up to $10.6M on tenure reform pilot projects. The stated rationale for these reforms has evolved over time, and current explanations focus on improving transaction times and enabling 'long-term, tradable tenure'. This presentation will...[Show more]
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