Traditional Owner Land Management Agreement

A LUAA grants traditional owners certain governance rights over activities that take place on public lands within their colony. [footnote 63] Given that a LUAA gives a traditional owner group some control over what activities take place in their country and how they take place, this is probably the largest agreement available under the TOS Act. [footnote 64] This document first discusses the Owner (Vic) Regulations Act 2010 (TOS Act), which focuses on the fact that it is often seen as the preferred process by which traditional owners can obtain legally enforceable recognition by the Crown. of their rights to land. The experience of Traditional Owner Corporations, which negotiated a TOS Act transaction agreement: Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation and Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation. Instead, a series of ad hoc laws were passed in the second half of the twentieth century, which provided that the land of the Victorian crown could be allocated to Aboriginal trusts and businesses. [footnote 8] The adoption of these laws took place in parallel with the national land rights movement, which was discussed above. It is an important starting point on the Bataluk Cultural Trail, a regional cultural route through Gippsland, which stretches from South Gippsland to Cape Conran. The agreement commenced on 24 October 2013 and is the first global transaction under the Victorian Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010. . . .

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