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Cruse v New South Wales Native Title Services Ltd [2006] FCA 1124 (23 August 2006)

Category: Case Law
Binomial Name: Federal Court of Australia
Date: 23 August 2006
Sub Category:Case Law | Unopposed Determination
Location:New South Wales, Australia
Portions of land within the Town of Eden comprising Lots 31, 32 and 33 of Section 20 in Deposited Plan 758379 and Proposed Lots 1-7, Part Allotment 3 in Section 33, Town of Eden (Maling & Curalo Streets).
Legal Status: Registered on the National Native Title Register (
Legal Reference: National Native Title Tribunal File No: NN05/13; F
Alternative Names:
  • Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council
  • Subject Matter:Land Use | Native Title
    URL: http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/federal_ct/2006/1124.html
    Summary Information:
    Cruse v New South Wales Native Title Services Ltd [2006] FCA 1124

    Between: Benjamin John Cruse (on behalf of the Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council) (APPLICANT) AND New South Wales Native Title Services Ltd (RESPONDENT)

    Judge: Jacobson J

    Where Made: Sydney

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

    Native title was found not to exist in the determination area.

    Jacobson J noted that the only party which sought to be joined, New South Wales Native Title Services Ltd, had signed minutes of order consenting to the determination. Jacobson J also mentioned that the determination was desirable because, 'if the application is granted, both parcels of land are proposed to be used for purposes consistent with the interests of the members of that Council and the local indigenous community' (at para 10).

    Related Entries

    Organisation
  • Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council
  • New South Wales Native Title Services Limited - Respondent
  • National Native Title Tribunal
  • Legislation
  • Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)
  • Native Title Amendment Act 1998 (Cth)

  • Glossary

    Native Title (Australia)

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