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National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT)

 

Description

The National Native Title Tribunal of Australia (NNTT) works with people to develop an understanding of native title and reach enduring native title and related outcomes that recognise everyone's rights and interests in land and waters (see types of applications). It works in an impartial and fair way, taking into account the views and concerns of everyone involved in the native title process. Hundreds of agreements have been documented throughout Australia since the Tribunal was established in 1994. The Tribunal is an Australian Commonwealth Government agency set up under the Native Title Act 1993. It is part of the Attorney-General's portfolio and mediates native title claims under the direction of the Federal Court of Australia.

Contacts

Level 4, Commonwealth Law Courts Building
1 Victoria Avenue
Perth WA 6000

GPO Box 9973
Perth WA 6848

ph: (08) 9268 7272
Freecall: 1800 640 501
fax: (08) 9268 7299
email: enquiries@nntt.gov.au

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Last updated: 1 April 2009
 
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