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Abm Elgoring Ambung Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC

Category: Organisation
Date: 17 December 2008
Sub Category:Aboriginal Corporation | Prescribed Body Corporate (PBC)
Place:Cape York
State/Country:Queensland, Australia
Legal Status:

Registered with the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations on 23 October 2009.

Legal Reference: ICN (Indigenous Corporation Number): 7163
Subject Matter:Economic Development | Native Title
URL: https://www.facebook.com/abmelgoring.ambung.9
Summary Information:

The Abm Elgoring Ambung Aboriginal Corporation is the registered native title body corporate nominated as the Kowanyama people's agent to manage their native title as determined in:

  • Kowanyama People v State of Queensland [2009] FCA 1192
  • Greenwool for and on behalf of the Kowanyama People v State of Queensland [2012] FCA 1377
  • Daphney on behalf of the Kowanyama People v State of Queensland [2014] FCA 1149
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  • Daphney on behalf of the Kowanyama People v State of Queensland [2014] FCA 1149 (Kowanyama People Part D)
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  • Greenwool & Ors on behalf of the Kowanyama People v State of Queensland [2012] FCA1377 (Kowanyama People Part C)
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  • Glossary

    Registered Native Title Body Corporate (RNTBC) (Native Title Act) (Australia) | Aboriginal Corporation (Australia)

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