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Udnat Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)

Date: 26 October 2006
Sub Category:Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Native Title Act)
Place:Carpentaria Shire Council local government area
State/Country:Queensland, Australia
The Agreement area is all the lands and waters subject to the following Queensland cadastral parcels: - Lot 13 on Plan CTH3 - Lot 2 on Plan CTH1 - Lot 1 on Plan CTH1
Legal Status: Registered on the National Native Title Tribunal R
Legal Reference: National Native Title Tribunal File No Q12003/027
Subject Matter:Pastoral Activities | Access | Native Title
Summary Information:
The ILUA is between Gary Hudson and others on their own behalf and on behalf of the Kowanyama Native Title Group and Elrose Enterprises Pty Ltd, a pastoral company.

The ILUA provides that:
'The Native Title Parties consent to the Fodder Cropping Operation by the Pastoralist and any application by the Pastoralist to any lease, license or permit for a term of no more than 20 years as may be required to undertake a Fodder Cropping Operation'.

'Fodder Cropping Operation' is defined in the ILUA as involving the 'growing and harvesting of forage sorghum or improved pasture in the designated. . . Area including planting, irrigating, mowing and finally curing prior to bailing for the purpose of feeding cattle'.

Related Entries

  • Elrose Enterprises Pty Ltd - Signatory
  • Legislation
  • Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)
  • Native Title (Indigenous Land Use Agreements) Regulations 1999 (Cth)
  • Native Title Amendment Act 1998 (Cth)
  • People
  • Gary Hudson and Others on their own Behalf and on Behalf of the Kowanyama Native Title Group. - Signatory

  • Documents

    Udnat Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) Map - ( Image | PDF | Thumbnail)


    Native Title (Australia) | Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)) (Australia) | Future Act Agreement (Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)) (Australia)

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