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Author Clarke, Jennifer, LLB

Title The Native Title Amendment Bill 1997 : a different order of uncertainty? / J. Clarke
Published Canberra : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Faculty of Arts, Australian National University, 1997

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Description 44 pages ; 25 cm
Series Discussion paper / Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, 1036-1774 ; no. 144/1997
Discussion paper (Australian National University. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research) ; no. 144/1997
Summary Detailed examination of 'uncertainty' in relation to all aspects stated and implied in the Commonwealth 1997 Native Title Amendment Bill; 'direct extinguishment'; 'de facto extinguishment'; 'future acts' provisions; right to negotiate (RTN); section 51(31) of Australian Constitution 'just terms' and the Racial Discrimination Act,1975 (RDA); 'races' power and 1967 referendum; international implications; final statement that the Bill in its present form is discriminatory on all points and to 're-amend' it to reduce the discrimatory aspects could place the Bill "within the control of Parliament, not the High Court" (p.35); many cases cited
Analysis Equality
Ethnic relations
Federal issue
International law
Legislative amendments
Native Title Act
Native Title Act 1993
Negotiation
Race relations
Racial discrimination
Racism
Notes Notes: p. 36-42
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 43-44
Notes Discussion paper (Australian National University. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research) no:144/1997 1036-1774
Subject Australia. Parliament. House of Representatives. Native Title Amendment Bill 1997
Australia. Native Title Act 1993.
Aboriginal Australians -- Civil rights.
Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure -- Economic aspects.
Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure.
Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Native title (Australia)
Race discrimination -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Torres Strait Islanders -- Land tenure.
Australia -- Race relations.
Author Australian National University. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research.
ISBN 0731525795