Native Title Claims
This region is the home country of the Kokatha people.
The National Native Title Tribunal is the arbitrator of all Native Title claims and treaties.
A Delegate of the Native Title Registrar makes an assesment of each claim pursuant to sections 190, 190A, 190B, 190C, 190D of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cwlth).
There are a number of conditions and sub conditions contained in sections 190B and 190C of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cwlth).
s. 190A of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cwlth). sets out how a claim and assesment is made.
s. 190B and 190C. sets out the conditions (A claim has to satisfy all conditions to be successful.)
s. 190D sets out the instructions for a notice of decision if the claim cannot be registered
Merit conditions: s. 190B
S190B(2) - Identification of area subject to native title
S190B(3) - Identification of native title claim groups
S190B(4) - Identification of claimed native title
S190B(5) - Factual basis for claimed native title
S190B(6) - Prima facie case
S190B(7) - Physical connection
S190B(8) - No failure to comply with section 61A
S190B(9) - No extinguishment etc of claimed native title
Procedural and other conditions: s. 190C
S190C(2) - Information etc required by sections 61 & 62
S190C(3) - No previous overlapping claim groups
S190C(4) - Identity of claimed native title holders
Determinations of Native Title (PDF 1985Kb)
Native Title Act
National Native Title Tribunal