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jon_m
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01 April 2021 08:48 pm

In isolating detectable areas where there is a general permission (without requiring any further personal query),

have become stuck on understanding Native Title detail.

Where a native title determination outcome specifies "Native title exists (non-exclusive)" can we just go over the area, or not?

Is there any explicit information about this?

I have found detailed mapping like below, but no explanatory detail on any specific location where it comes up with "non-exclusive" native title,

although this wording suggests we'd have complete rights to "access" and "use" the area. True or not - cannot be sure??

1617270097_native_title_non_exclusive.jpg

http://www.nntt.gov.au/Information%20Pu … erview.pdf

1617270290_native_title_non-exclusive_nth_nsw.jpg

1617270313_native_title_does_not_exist_nth_nsw.jpg

https://nntt.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webap … 099bc11bb9


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