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Mount Clarence Pastoral Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)
|Date:||17 February 2012|
|Date To:||Not specified|
|Sub Category:||Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Native Title Act)|
|Location:||South Australia , Australia|
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|The area subject to the agreement covers about 1790 square kilometres over Pastoral Lease number 2508 and is located west and south of Coober Pedy.|
|Legal Status:||Registered on the National Native Title Tribunal Register of Indigenous Land Use Agreements on 17 February 2012. This is an authorized Area Agreement under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth).|
|Subject Matter:||Access | Future Act | Pastoral Activities|
|Mount Clarence Pastoral Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) is an agreement between:|
- State of South Australia;
- Walarintja Landholding Inc.;
- William Herbert Lennon Snr, Ian Crombie, David Brown and Jean Wood on behalf of the Antakirinja Matuntjara Yankunytjatjara People; and
- Antakirinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara Aboriginal Corporation.
The purpose of this ILUA is to negotiate the relationship between pastoral interests in the land and the Indigenous interest in the land.
|Details of the agreement|
The National Native Title Tribunal have released very limited information regarding this ILUA, except that it relates to 'Terms of Access'. The agreement includes no statements relating to Future Acts.
The Antakirinja Matuntjara Yankunytjatjara People in Lennon on behalf of the Antakirinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara Native Title Claim Group v The State of South Australia  FCA 474 were granted native title in a consent determination on 11 May 2011. They had lodged their application for native title 16 years ago in 1995, slightly ammending it to change the boundaries of the area claimed in 2009.
This particular ILUA is part of a series of ILUAs anticipated by the Consent Determination. Scehdule 7(2) envisaged that individual ILUAs would be entered into by 'various pastoralists'.
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