Aboriginal Lands Act 1970 (No. 8044). | Land Portal

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The Act, consisting of 27 sections, provides for the transfer of the lands reserved for the use of aborigines at Framlingham and Lake Tyers to the Framlingham and Lake Tyers reserves, whose operation is regulated under the Act. As indicated in section 11, the powers of the Trusts include: manage, maintain, improve and develop any land held by the Trust; carry on any business on any land held by the Trust; purchase, take, hold, sell, lease, take on lease, exchange or dispose of any real or personal property, and borrow money on the security of a mortgage charge or other assurance of any real or personal property of the Trust. The Act is completed by two schedules that report the borders of the Framlingham and Lake Tyers reserves.

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Yedidah Lewis

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