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Aboriginal Lands Trust

Category: Organisation
Binomial Name: State of South Australia
Sub Category:Aboriginal Lands Trust (South Australia) | Statutory Body
Location:South Australia, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • South Australian Aboriginal Lands Trust
  • Summary Information:
    The Aboriginal Lands Trust was set up to hold land under the Aboriginal Lands Trust Act 1966 (SA) to ensure that title to existing Aboriginal Reserves was able to be held in trust on behalf of all Aboriginal people in South Australia. The Government is also able to transfer other crown lands to be held by the Trust. The Trust is empowered to issue 99-year leases over lands held by it to an incorporated community body.

    Related Entries

    Organisation
  • SAMLISA Steering Committee - Collaborator
  • Nepabunna Community Incorporated
  • Legislation
  • Aboriginal Lands Trust Act 1966 (SA)
  • People
  • Adnyamathanha People
  • Place
  • Nantawarrina Indigenous Protected Area
  • Policy/Strategy
  • Strategy for Aboriginal Managed Lands in South Australia

  • References

    Book
    Murray Edmunds (1999) Regional Agreements: Key Issues in Australia
    Resource
    South Australian Consolidated Acts Aboriginal Lands Trust Act 1966 (SA)
    Documenting a Democracy (2000) South Australia Documents: Aboriginal Lands Trust Act 1966

    Glossary

    Aboriginal Lands Trust (South Australia) (Australia) | Statutory Body | Indigenous Protected Areas Programme (Australia)

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