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James Watts Taylor (Waditja) and others on behalf of the Kalkadoon People

Category: People
Sub Category:Party to an Indigenous Land Use Agreement
Location:Queensland, Australia
Summary Information:
The full name of this party to the Kalkadoon and Indjilandji / Dithannoi Peoples Backlog Exploration Permit Project ILUA (National Native Title Tribunal file no: QI2003/029), the Kalkadoon and Yulluna Peoples Joint ILUA for Backlog Exploration Permits National Native Title Tribunal file no: QI2003/031) and the William Croydon Pty Ltd and Kalkadoon ILUA (National Native Title Tribunal file no: QI2003/042) is 'James Watts Taylor (Waditja), Richard Percy, Sonny Condren, Ethel Page, Thelma Sullivan, Patricia Kyle and Connie Craigie on their own behalf and on behalf of the Kalkadoon People'.

The full name of this party to the KALKADOON / MIM Indigenous Land Use Agreement (National Native Title Tribunal file no: QI2001/046) and the KERG ILUA (National Native Title Tribunal file no. QI2001/007) is 'Mr James Watts Taylor, Mr Richard Percy, Mrs Carrie Rankine, Mrs Patricia Kyle, Mrs Connie Craigie, Mrs Ethel Page, Ms Jenny Watts on their own behalf and on behalf of the Kalkadoon People'.

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