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Petroleum Act 1936 (WA)

Category: Legislation
Binomial Name: State of Western Australia
Date: 1 January 1936
Sub Category:Legislation
Location:Western Australia, Australia
Summary Information:
The Petroleum Act 1936 (WA) was repealed by the Petroleum Act 1967 (WA).

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Agreement
  • Mark Anderson on behalf of the Spinifex People v State of Western Australia [2000] FCA 1717 (28 November 2000)
  • Clarrie Smith v State of Western Australia [2000] FCA 1249 (29 August 2000)
  • James on behalf of the Martu People v Western Australia [2002] FCA 1208 (27 September 2002)
  • Mervyn & Ors on behalf of the Peoples of the Ngaanyatjarra Lands v State of Western Australia [2005] FCA 831
  • Kogolo v State of Western Australia [2007] FCA 1703 (9 November 2007)
  • Kogolo v State of Western Australia (No 3) [2012] FCA 1332
  • May v State of Western Australia [2012] FCA 1333
  • Puenmora v State of Western Australia [2012] FCA 1334
  • Smith on behalf of the Balanggarra People (Balanggarra #4) v State of Western Australia [2015] FCA 1334
  • Wise on behalf of the Kurungal Native Title Claim v State of Western Australia [2015] FCA 1329
  • Wurrunmurra on behalf of the Bunuba People v State of Western Australia [2015] FCA 1480
  • Aiken on behalf of the Bunuba People (Bunuba #3) v State of Western Australia [2015] FCA 1482
  • BP (Deceased) on behalf of the Birriliburu People v State of Western Australia [2016] FCA 671
  • BP (Deceased) on behalf of the Birriliburu People v State of Western Australia [2014] FCA 715 (Birriliburu #3)
  • Taylor v State of Western Australia [2016] FCA 1191
  • Organisation
  • State of Western Australia
  • Legislation
  • Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Resources Act 1967 (WA) - Formerly known as
  • Case Law
  • Daniel v State of Western Australia [2005] FCA 536 (2 May 2005)

  • References

    Resource
    State of Western Australia (1967) Petroleum Act 1967

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