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The Act, consisting of 11 Parts and 1 Schedule, divided into 165 Sections, establishes the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land Holding Act. The main object of this Act is: (a) to provide a framework for identifying and satisfying entitlements to grants of leases that are outstanding under the 1985 Land Holding Act, including by dealing with practical obstacles to satisfying the entitlements; and (b) to resolve boundary problems affecting particular 1985 Act granted leases; and (c) to the extent practicable, to apply the Aboriginal Land Act 1991 or the Torres Strait Islander Land Act 1991 to both 1985 Act granted leases and new Act granted leases. The Act is divided as follows: Part 1 Preliminary; Part 2 Transition from 1985 Land Holding Act to this Act; Part 3 Lease entitlements; Part 4 Identification of practical obstacles; Part 5 Grants of leases to satisfy lease entitlements; Part 6 Boundary relocations for particular 1985 Act granted leases; Part 7 Ownership of structural improvements; Part 8 Conditions and requirements applying to leases; Part 9 Application of provisions of ALA or TSILA; Part 10 Miscellaneous; Part 11 Repeal and transitional provisions; Schedule 1 Amendment of Acts.

Repeals: Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders (Land Holding) Act 1985. (2010-07-01)

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