Nangaanya-ku

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Claim
Determination
Prescribed Body Corporate
Land Access & Future Acts
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Claim

The Nangaanya-ku native title claim was filed on 9 October 2018 and on 9 November 2018 the Native Title Registrar accepted the claim in the application for registration on the Register of Native Title Claims.

Federal Court of Australia Summary
Title: Dennis Forrest & Ors on behalf of the Nangaanya-ku native title claim group and State of Western Australia
Applicant Names: Dennis Forrest,  CS (deceased) , Daniel Tucker, Darren Edward Polak, DT (deceased), Elvis Stokes, Fabian Tucker, Floyed Barnes, Gary Cooper, Janice Scott, Marilyn Janice Burton, Monica Winter Smith, Preston Thomas Jnr, Reece Rarrki Smith, Ross Victor Lynch, Thelma O’Loughlin and Tracy Johnston
Application type: Claimant Application
Date filed: 9 October 2018
FCA No: WAD 460 of 2018
Native Title Tribunal Summary
NNTT No: WC2018/019
Register of NT Claims: Registered
NNTT Status: Active
Area Description: Central Desert region, Western Australia
Claim Area Size (approx): 48,676 km²
Notification Status: Notification complete
Notification period: 25 March 2019
In mediation: No
Application status: Active

 

Determination

There has been no determination of native title.

Prescribed Body Corporate

There is no Prescribed Body Corporate.

Land Access & Future Acts

Any proposed access to the Nangaanya-ku claim area is regulated by the future acts processes in the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth).

Exploration and prospecting mineral titles

The Nangaanya-ku native title claimants have developed a standard Land Access and Mineral Exploration Deed of Agreement for the purpose of permitting access for mineral exploration or prospecting activities and subsequently protecting cultural heritage sites and areas of cultural significance during the conduct of such activities.

Exploration and prospecting companies are encouraged to accept the Land Access and Mineral Exploration Agreement in its standard form to expedite the granting of the title and enable access to the relevant tenure.

If negotiations are undertaken in relation to the Land Access and Mineral Exploration Deed of Agreement, they will be conducted by Central Desert under instructions from the Nangaanya-ku native title claimants. Companies may be invited to meet with the Nangaanya-ku native title claimants and negotiate any outstanding issues directly.

Other mineral and petroleum titles

Specific instructions will need to be sought from the Nangaanya-ku native title claimants in relation to all other applications for mineral titles and/or petroleum titles within the Nangaanya-ku determination area.

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