This Regulation provides for the implementation of the Aboriginal land Act 1991. The Regulation is divided into 8 Parts (56 regulations) and is completed by 5 Schedules. Part 2 provides for the incorporation of claims for Aboriginal land, Part 3 deals with land trusts and Parts 4 and 5 specify, respectively, the powers of the Supreme Court on matters related to Aboriginal land and the decision making process for the granting of Aboriginal land. Part 6 regulates appeals to the Appeal Court in matters related to the claiming and granting processes, while Part 7 is dedicated to the determination of mining royalties. Schedules define the areas that can be affected by the Aboriginal Land Act and this Regulation. They cover, respectively, to tidal land that is available State land, available State land that is transferable land, available State land that is claimable land, transferable land that is not claimable land and Aboriginal reserve land.
Implements: Aboriginal Land Act 1991. (2016-05-25)
Repealed by: Aboriginal Land Regulation 2011. (2017-05-05)
Autores y editores
Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel
Government of Queensland (Australia)