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Ugar Kem Le Ged Zeuber Er Kep Le (Torres Strait Islanders) Corporation

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Aboriginal Corporation | Prescribed Body Corporate | Party to an Indigenous Land Use Agreement
Location:Stephen Island, Torres Strait, Queensland, Australia
Legal Status: Listed with Registrar of Aboriginal Corporations.
Summary Information:
Ugar Kem Le Ged Zeuber Er Kep Le (Torres Strait Islanders) Corporation is the registered native title body corporate for the consent native title determination in Stephen on behalf of the Ugar People v State of Queensland [2004] FCA 157, Federal Court of Australia (9 December 2004). It was incorporated on 7 January 2002 under the Aboriginal Councils and Assocations Act 1976 (Cth). Article 6 of the Rules of Association sets out the objects of the Corporation. They are to hold the native title rights and interests of the Ugarem Le native title holders on trust, to perform the functions of a registered native title body corporate under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth), to consult with the native title holders and enter into agreements on their behalf and to ensure that the interests of the Ugarem Le native title holders are paramount. Membership of the Ugar Kem Le Ged Zeuber Er Kep Le (Torres Strait Islanders) Corporation is open to adult Ugarem Le whether they live at Stephen Island or elsewhere.

Related Entries

Agreement
  • Ugar Island - Ergon Energy Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) - Signatory
  • Stephen on behalf of the Ugar People v State of Queensland [2004] FCA 157
  • Telstra Stephen Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) - Signatory
  • Islanders Board of Industry and Services and Ugar People Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) - Signatory
  • People
  • Ugar People

  • Glossary

    Party to an Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Australia) | Aboriginal Corporation (Australia) | Prescribed Body Corporate (PBC) (Native Title Act) (Australia)

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