Native Title Corporations: A Legal and Anthropological Analysis
In this book, Mantziaris, a barrister, and Martin, an anthropologist, explore the question of the legal framework for native title management following a determination of native title in favour of a particular indigenous group. The book clarifies, for native title practitioners, what is involved in establishing native title corporations and the legal and policy problems that will be faced. It proposes reform of the law in a particular area that will become increasingly important: the representation and management of native title after it has been recognized.
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