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Mabo, Wik and Native Title 4th ed

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ISBN13: 9781862873865
ISBN: 1862873860
Published: April 2001
Publisher: The Federation Press
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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A brilliant account of the famous Mabo High Court decision on Native Title, providing a key means of distinguishing between fact and myth among the claims and counter claims which bedevil Australia's native title debate.

Eight years on from the decision in Mabo, this book remains a key mechanism for distinguishing between fact & myth among the claims & counter-claims which bedevil Australia’s native title debate.

It provides an accurate, accessible and unbiased account of what the judges and the Acts of Parliament have actually said about native title, what it means and what problems are likely to arise in the near future.

The book follows the successful structure of previous editions. It starts with a plain language version of the High Court’s 1993 ruling in Mabo, still the basic legal document on native title. There follow equally straightforward explanations of the Native Title Act 1993, the 1996 High Court judgment in Wik, and the Howard government’s legislative response in 1998 with the “10 point plan”.

This edition adds two completely new chapters on how the Native Title legislation has worked in practice, what important issues remain to be resolved and some possible future directions for solving them.