Section 223 of the NTA defines national title as “the local rights and interests of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders with respect to land or water, with local cultural heritage agreements to be submitted for approval by the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, with the corresponding application for authorization, pursuant to Section 21 or Section 23 of the AHA. The authorisation is conditional on the agreement satisfactorily treating all assets in the area concerned. After approval, the Minister must grant the appropriate authorization. Applicants should keep in mind that if the parties do not reach an agreement, arbitration is not scheduled during the negotiation of an ILUA (unlike the RTN). Depending on the type of application, several processes are available to solve the system`s title problems. This includes: If you apply for the renewal of a licence granted during this period, your building may have intermediate law status and its renewal cannot require that the RTN or ILUA process be completed. If your rental application was initially granted or extended during the interim period, please contact your licensing officer to discuss your own title regarding your renewal application. You can also seek your own legal advice regarding the provisions of the NTA regarding intermediate period laws. Part 9B of the Mining Act 1971 (SA) deals with how mining can be carried out on indigenous lands. This law applies to all countries of the state and is not limited to the national territory. The NTA does not specify what these national securities and interests may or may be incorporated, as this is determined on a case-by-case basis. However, they can cover everything from a right to use land for ceremonial purposes or for hunting and collection, to a exclusive ownership of that country.

A native party who is affected by the proposed financial aid has the right to object to the expedited procedure. All mineral licence renewals are assessed “on a case-by-case basis.” In accordance with Section 26D of the NTA, the RTN procedure does not apply to the renewal of valid operating and exploration properties if the creation of this right does not do so: note: some groups of local title applicants have received their own legal representation and are not represented by the FNLRS. All crown countries may be subject to a national title, provided that a previous act of government has not erased the national title. As a result, there may be aboriginal title in a territory where the natives, in accordance with their laws and customs, have maintained their connection to the territory, and their title to that country has not been extinguished by a governmental act.