Native Title | Indigenous People’s Right to Land

Native title Native Title is the right rooted in the traditional laws and customs of an indigenous people (Aboriginal or First People) to the possession, enjoyment and use of land and waters and as a result a right that is recognized by common law in native title . This right (although referred to by different names) is recognised in all countries where land was taken by the British in the name of the Crown but, at the outset, without any proper recognition of the rights of the existing … [Read more...]