Port Curtis Coral Coast People Land Dealings Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)
|5 April 2007
|Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Native Title Act)
|The extract of the ILUA from the Register of Indigenous Land Use Agreements describes the area covered by the agreement as follows:
'The agreement area of approximately 131 hectares is located in the vicinity of Agnes Water, Seventeen Seventy and Turkey Beach, about 45 km south east of Gladstone as shown on the locality map.
The agreement covers Lot 30 FD798, Lot 106 USL43241, Lot 1 AP6464, Lot 22 SP160769, Lot 20 CP843038 and Lot 2 USL 43319 and falls within the Miriam Vale Shire Council Local Government Area.'
|Registered with the National Native Title Tribunal on the Register of Indigenous Land Use Agreements on 5 April 2007. This is a certified Area Agreement under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth).
|National Native Title Tribunal File No.: QI2005/029
|Land Use | Native Title | Native Title - Extinguishment
|The Port Curtis Coral Coast Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) was agreed between the State of Queensland (APPLICANT); and Colin Johnson, Lois Blackman, Kerry Blackman, Michelle Smith, Maureen Eggmolesse, Thelma Lingwoodock, Violet Smith and Charlie Broome on their own behalf and on behalf of the Port Curtis Coral Coast. The ILUA was registered on 5 April 2007. The purpose of the ILUA is to surrender native title over the ILUA area, in order that commercial, community and residential development take place. The ILUA states that it will terminate five years after its execution.
|The freehold land that is the subject of this agreement is to be granted in fee simple to the Port Curtis Coral Coast Entity. The land is to be dedicated for park and recreation purposes; strategic land management purposes; and a public hall.
This ILUA includes agreement that 'future acts' may be done. The parties also agree that the right to negotiate provisions of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) do not apply to future acts, as the alternative consultation provisions are to be followed instead. Under this Act any activity, such as a grant of land, that may affect native title rights is defined as a ‘future act’ and must comply with the future act provisions of the Act in order to be valid.