Land Use Agreement (Australia)


A land use agreement is made between two or more parties, where a party with rights in land grants permission for another party (who may also have rights in the same area of land) to use the land for a particular purpose, or in a particular way, in exchange for rights, goods or services.

Extended Definition

This category does not include agreements made under section 21 of the Native Title Act 1993 or Indigenous Land Use Agreements (ILUAs) registered with the National Native Title Tribunal.