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Recognitions as made
The instrument recognises the Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement Inc. as the representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Body for the area described in Schedule 1.
Administered by: Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs
General Comments: This recognition takes effect on 1 July 2000.
Registered 21 Apr 2005
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR17-Feb-2000
Tabled Senate17-Feb-2000
Gazetted 22 Mar 2000
Date of repeal 30 Aug 2012
Repealed by Native Title (Revocation of Recognition Instruments) Determination 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recognition of Representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Body 2000 (No. 5)

 

I, John Joseph Herron, Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs, acting under subsection 203AD(1) of the Native Title Act 1993, recognise the Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement Inc. as the representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander body for the area described in Schedule 1.

 

I am satisfied that the Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement Inc.:

 

(a)    will satisfactorily represent persons who hold or may hold native title in the area described in Schedule 1; and

(b)   will be able to consult effectively with Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islanders living in that area; and

(c)    satisfactorily performs its existing representative body functions; and

(d)   would be able to perform satisfactorily the functions of a representative body.

 

This recognition takes effect on 1 July 2000.

 

 

 

Dated                           2 February 2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JOHN HERRON

 

Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs


 

 

Schedule 1           Description of area (Greater South Australia)

 

1.      The area is the area of land and waters bounded by a line commencing at the intersection of the South Australia and Western Australia State borders and the coastline of mainland Australia, and then proceeding north along the western border of South Australia to the north-west corner of that State, then east along the northern border of South Australia to the north-east corner of that State, then south along the eastern border of South Australia to the intersection of the South Australia and Victoria State borders and the coastline of mainland Australia, then generally south-westerly along the South Australia and Victoria adjacent area boundary as defined in Schedule 2 of the Petroleum (Submerged Land) Act 1967 to its intersection with the outer limit of the Exclusive Economic Zone of Australia (EEZ), then generally north-westerly along that outer limit to its intersection with the South Australia and Western Australia adjacent area boundary as defined in Schedule 2 of the Petroleum (Submerged Land) Act 1967, and then generally north along the boundary of that adjacent area boundary to the point where the line began.

 

2.      In this Schedule:

exclusive economic zone  means the exclusive economic zone within the meaning of the Seas and Submerged Lands Act 1973.