The ILUA is binding as a contract from the date when signed by all the parties. This date is not included in the Extract. The ILUA operates as an ILUA, and in relation to the agreed future acts, from the date of registration, 29 July 2019.
The ILUA will terminate when either the pastoral lease comes to an end, or by the written agreement of the parties.
Native Title Provisions:
Right to negotiate
The parties agree that the right to negotiate provisions of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) are not intended to apply to the agreed futures acts.
The non-extinguishment principles applies. This means that unders 24EB(3) of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth), any of the agreed activities that are inconsistent with native title rights and interests will not extinguish them, instead those native title rights and interests will revive whan the activities are finished.
Future act provisions
The Jurruru People and the Jurruru Aboriginal Corporation consent to:
- the renewal, extension, or remaking of the Kooline Station pastoral lease (NO49481);
- the granting of authorisations to conduct pastoral activities including diversification and intensification of pastoral activities, and carbon sequestration activities that may be permitted subject to regulatory approvals;
- the granting of leases, licences, and permits for low impact tourism activities; and
- the grant of a pastoral lease in relation to the stock routes or reserves, as shown in Schedule B of the ILUA and available below under documents.
Native Title in the Agreement Area:
The ILUA area is within the area of the native title determination Smirke on behalf of the Jurruru People v State of Western Australia  FCA 2079 (NNTT file no.: WCD2018/018; WAD62/2016).