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Mining Agreement

Sub Category:Template Agreement | Future Act Agreement (Native Title Act)
Alternative Names:
  • National Native Title Tribunal Template Future Act Agreement
  • Template Future Act Agreement
  • Subject Matter:Native Title | Access | Mining and Minerals
    Summary Information:
    The Mining Agreement is a template Future Act Agreement provided by the National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT).

    It is envisaged by the NNTT that these agreements will be used to assist Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians to negotiate Future Act Agreements that can be tailored to their specific needs and circumstances.

    The Mining Agreement is designed to be used for negotiations between a native title party and an applicant for a Mining Lease.

    The template agreement covers matters including:

    (a) areas of significance to the native title party and relating to the possible discovery of cultural items;
    (b) that the native title party will receive regular reports detailing the amount of certain materials taken from the agreement area; and
    (c) dispute resolution procedures.
    Detailed Information:
    The NNTT has issued template agreements covering six categories, being:
    1. Future Act Agreements
    2. Intra-Aboriginal Agreements
    3. Mediation Withdrawal Agreements
    4. Negotiating Framework Agreements
    5. Pastoral Agreements
    6. Reconciliation Agreements Principals.

    Please see the National Native Title Tribunal's DISCLAIMER in relation to these agreements.

    Related Entries

  • Access Clearance and Native Title Mining Agreement
  • Exploration Agreement
  • Future Act Mining Agreement
  • Pastoral Lease Grant Agreement
  • Sand Mining Agreement
  • Work Area Clearance Agreement
  • Organisation
  • National Native Title Tribunal
  • Legislation
  • Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)

  • Glossary

    Native Title (Australia) | Future Act Agreement (Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)) (Australia) | Template Agreement

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