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Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council v New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council [2001] FCA 1124

Category: Case Law
Binomial Name: Federal Court of Australia
Date: 10 August 2001
Sub Category:Case Law | Unopposed Determination
Location:Central Coast, New South Wales, Australia
48 kilometres south-west of Newcastle, in Wyong, New South Wales.
Legal Status: Registered on the National Native Title Register (
Legal Reference: Federal Court File No.: NSD6010/00; National Nativ
Alternative Names:
  • Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council (2001)
  • Subject Matter:Native Title
    URL: http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/federal_ct/2001/1124.html
    Summary Information:

    Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council v New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council [2001] FCA 1124

    Between: Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council (APPLICANT) and New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council (RESPONDENT).
    Judge: Whitlam J
    Where made: Sydney

    This is an unopposed determination, non-claimant application under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth).

    The area covered by the native title claim is Lot 632 Deposited Plan 823717 and
    Lot 650 Deposited Plan 1017542, in Wyong on the Central Coast of New South Wales.

    Native title was found not to exist in the determination area.
    Detailed Information:
    The Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council, the title-holder of the land the subject of this determination, brought this application as a preliminary step to selling it, in order to 'raise money for the welfare of its members'.

    Related Entries

    Organisation
  • National Native Title Tribunal
  • Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council
  • New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council
  • Legislation
  • Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)
  • Native Title Amendment Act 1998 (Cth)

  • References

    Article
    Sydney Morning Herald (2005) $42m land rights dream in ruins

    Glossary

    Native Title (Australia) | Native Title Applications/Claims (Australia)

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