Details of the Agreement:
Commencement and Termination:
The ILUA is binding from the date when signed by all parties. It has effect as an ILUA, and in relation to its agreed facts from the registration date.
Native Title Provisions:
Right to negotiate:
The parties agree that the right to negotiate provisions from Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) do not apply.
The parties agree that the native title rights and interests over Lot 19 on SP106585 (formerly described as Lot 19 on SL11787) are permanently extinguished.
Future act provisions:
The full details of the ILUA's terms are not available in the Extract, but Schedule 6 of the ILUA (attached below) shows that the parties agree to the following acts:
- surrender and extinguishment of native title rights and interests as above;
- the validation of any acts done by the State invalidly in the LUA area prior to this ILUA;
- the registration of an access easement over the Easement Area, providing access to Lot 41 on SL5141;
- the State and Tangalooma entering into a deed of indemnity;
- the State and Tangalooma entering into the Available State Land Agreement;
- any grant of Aboriginal Land over the lease areas;
- the grant of leases to Tangalooma over the lease areas;
- Tangalooma's use and management of the lease areas, according to the terms of the leases; and
- all acts necessary to implement or incidental to the above acts.
Native Title in the Agreement Area:
The ILUA area is within the Area of native title determination Anderson on behalf of Quandamooka People (Mulgumpin/Moreton Island Claim) v State of Queensland (No.2)  FCA 2001 (NNTT No. - QCD2019/007; Federal Court No. - QUD601/2014).