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Negotiating Protocol - Mining

Sub Category:Template Agreement
Alternative Names:
  • Template Negotiating Framework Agreements
  • National Native Title Tribunal Template Negotiating Framework Agreement
  • Subject Matter:Mining and Minerals | Cultural Heritage
    Summary Information:
    The Negotiating Framework Agreement - Mining is a template Negotiating Framework Agreement provided by the National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT).

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

    The Negotiating Framework Agreement - Mining is designed to be made between registered native title applicants, government and mining companies in relation to the proposed grant of a mining tenement.

    The template agreement details negotiation and mediation procedures, as well as a framework for negotiating, including clauses relating to cultural clearance and site protection, and mine rehabilitation.
    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 'Template Agreement' link at the bottom of this page for further information.

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

    Related Entries

  • Negotiating Framework Agreement Land
  • Negotiating Framework Pastoral No Phaseout Agreement
  • Claims Negotiating Framework - NTA Agreement
  • Claims Negotiating Framework Regional Agreement
  • Organisation
  • National Native Title Tribunal
  • Legislation
  • Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)

  • Glossary

    Native Title (Australia) | Template Agreement

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