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Western Australian Fishing Industry Council (Inc)

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Incorporated Association | Representative Body
Location:Western Australia, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • WAFIC
  • URL: http://www.wafic.com.au/
    Summary Information:
    The Western Australian Fishing Industry Council (WAFIC) is the commercial fishing industry's peak representative body in Western Australia. It also represents the interests of the pearling and acquaculture industries. WAFIC was established over 30 years ago in order to represent the interests of these industries and presently works collaboratively with government to establish strategies for the management of commercial fisheries throughout Western Australia. Members of WAFIC include those from regional fishing and industry associations and from exporting companies.
    Detailed Information:
    As a representative body, WAFIC also acts as an industry representative for fishing, pearling and crown land acquaculture interests involved in native title claims. In this capacity, it acts as a respondent to such claims.

    Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Nangkiriny v State of Western Australia [2002] FCA 660 (12 February 2002) - Respondent
  • Nangkiriny v State of Western Australia [2004] FCA 1156 (8 September 2004) - Respondent
  • Hayes on behalf of the Thalanyji People v The State of Western Australia [2008] FCA 1487 (18 September 2008)
  • Hunter v State of Western Australia [2009] FCA 654 (11 June 2009) - Respondent
  • Barunga v State of Western Australia [2011] FCA 518 - Respondent
  • Goonack v State of Western Australia [2011] FCA 516 - Respondent
  • Hunter & Ors v State of Western Australia [2012] FCA 690 - Respondent
  • Case Law
  • Sampi v State of Western Australia (No 3) [2005] FCA 1716 - Respondent
  • Bennell v State of Western Australia [2006] FCA 1243 - Respondent

  • References

    Case Law
    (2006) Bennell v State of Western Australia [2006] FCA 1243

    Glossary

    Representative Body | Incorporated Association

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