Native title and Indigenous Australian utilisation of wildlife: Policy perspectives
The Native Title Act 1993 specifically recognises Indigenous property rights in Indigenous species; if there is one legislative event that could alter Indigenous utilisation of wildlife in the future it is provisions in this statute. This legal framework means that Indigenous people may in the future hold property or resource rights not just over currently vacant Crown land, but also in national parks or pastoral leasehold land. Some threshold legal issues, currently before the Federal Court,...[Show more]
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