The Resource Ancient jurisdictions, Aboriginal polities and sovereignty, Marcia Langton

Ancient jurisdictions, Aboriginal polities and sovereignty, Marcia Langton

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Ancient jurisdictions, Aboriginal polities and sovereignty
Title
Ancient jurisdictions, Aboriginal polities and sovereignty
Statement of responsibility
Marcia Langton
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Language
eng
Summary
Native title to land has been recognised by the Australian legal system, but the full body of Indigenous law has not; reconsiders the notion of property and questions assumptions about communal property; view of property in the Yanner v Eaton case is pertinent; property is inalienable in customary land tenure systems; suggests the unfinished business of Australia's nationhood includes recognition of jurisidiction of Aboriginal law and recognition of their polities as nations
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1951-
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Langton, Marcia
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2002
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Indigenous Governance Conference
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Ancient jurisdictions, Aboriginal polities and sovereignty, Marcia Langton
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Publication
Note
  • Previously online at http://www.reconciliationaustralia.org/downloads/156/01_marcia_langton.doc
  • Paper presented at Indigenous Governance Conference 3-5 April 2002
Extent
1 volume
Label
Ancient jurisdictions, Aboriginal polities and sovereignty, Marcia Langton
Publication
Note
  • Previously online at http://www.reconciliationaustralia.org/downloads/156/01_marcia_langton.doc
  • Paper presented at Indigenous Governance Conference 3-5 April 2002
Extent
1 volume

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