ILUAIndigenous Land Use Agreement (Australia)
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In relation to a pre-colonial Indigenous landscape, ongoing claims to rights in land by contemporary Aboriginal people, and the conflicts which arose out of the signing of the ILUA, such themes invite highly sensitive questions for a settler-descendant society such as Australia.
In summary, the signing of the ILUA had left most campaigners despondent about the socio-political traction of Aboriginal relations to land.
In late 2010 an ILUA was signed by Karajarri traditional owners and the Bidyadanga Community Council to allow the latter to build additional housing at the community.
The ILUA may have implications for the current governance and power-sharing structure of the community council, which, by constitution, stipulates that two seats are given to each of the five major tribal groups.
Mining companies with permit applications lodged prior to September 2000 could finalize their land use agreements either through the ILUA model or pursue finalization under the Australian federal government's "Right to Negotiate" process.
The passage of this legislation will provide for the validation of the four ILUAs (Indigenous Land Use Agreements) that are subject of the McGlade decision, and enable the State Government to progress with the South West Native Title Settlement.
An ILUA was reached between the State of New South Wales and the representative Aboriginal body for that State.
In response to the legal challenge, Adani has condemned the move saying it a politically motivated decision that does not reflect the perspectives of the majority of the WJ community, and with the ILUA approval via voting, this claim of the company has now been vindicated.
The 500th Queensland ILUA milestone was reached when the details of 34 Jangga People ILUAs were entered onto the register.