The right to negotiate and native title future acts: implications of the Native Title Amendment Bill 1996
The paper describes the right to negotiate process that has been established under the future acts regime of the Native Title Act 1993 and presents a preliminary review of key amendments to the current process proposed by the Howard Government. The right to negotiate is critical to mainstream land management and resource development on claimed native title lands, and so remains contentious and subject to mounting industry and government criticism concerning transactions costs and alleged...[Show more]
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