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Northern Territory Land Corporation

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Statutory Body
State/Country:Northern Territory, Australia
Summary Information:
The Northern Territory Land Corporation is a corporate body set up under the Northern Territory Land Corporation Act 1995 (NT). The long title of the Act is 'An Act to provide for the continuation of the Northern Territory Development Land Corporation as the Northern Territory Land Corporation to hold certain land in the Northern Territory, and for related purposes'. The function of the Corporation is to acquire, hold and dispose of interests in real property in accordance with the Act. The Corporation is not an agency of the Northern Territory Government.

Related Entries

  • Venn Blocks - Warlangluk (Katherine, Northern Territory) Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) - Signatory
  • Carlton v Northern Territory of Australia [2011] FCA 576 - Respondent
  • Roberts on behalf of the Najig and the Guyanggan Nganawirdbird Groups v Northern Territory of Australia (No 3) [2012] FCA 223 (Town of Mataranka)
  • Case Law
  • Wandarang, Alawa, Marra and Ngalakan Peoples v Northern Territory [2004] FCAFC 187 - Respondent

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