The Native Title Amendment Bill
The Native Title Amendment Bill was designed to give effect to the 10 Point Plan.
It also gave state governments a greater role in determining native title and the rights of Indigenous people to negotiate with others wishing to use of their land.
Furthermore, organisations which represent and support native title applicants would require "Ministerial recognition".
During more than a hundred hours of debate in the Senate, some amendments were made to the legislation.
A sunset clause, limiting the time within which new claims could be made, was removed.
And a registration test for native title applicants was amended to give some recognition to Indigenous people who had been physically excluded from their traditional lands in this generation.
The Act was finally passed on July the seventh 1998, but only after the Government gained the support of key independents in the Senate.
Native Title's Vulnerability In Australia
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Legislation In Australia After Mabo
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The Native Title Act
Oct, 1, 1992
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The '10 Point Plan'
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Indigenous Working Group & Amendment Bill
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Possible Constitutional challenge
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The Politics Of Native Title
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