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Commercial Implications of Native Title

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Focuses on the extensive commercial implications of Mabo, Wik and the 1997 native title legislation. This book covers: Australian native title legislation and cases; the Wik decision and post-Wik legislative options; the government's proposed changes to the Native Title Act; and, Cape York and Crescent Head Agreements.
Hardcover, 428 pages
Published April 30th 1997 by Gaunt (first published January 1st 1997)
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Simon Young was awarded a starred First in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic from Cambridge University, as well as the Chadwick Prize for Celtic studies. Since then he has lived in Spain, Ireland and Italy. The author of many academic articles, he has also written about the Dark...more
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