Native Title Rights in the Territorial Sea and Beyond: Exclusivity and Commerce in the Akiba Decision
23 Pages Posted: 30 Sep 2015
Date Written: 2011
The principles that regulate the recognition and enforcement of native title rights and interests in both the territorial and the high seas are discussed. The context of the territorial and high seas, where a parallel structure provides a strong foundation for the promotion and recognition of co-coordinated practices, a far greater potential exists for the endorsement of native title rights which connect to evolving social and economic frameworks, as can be seen in the recent decision of Finn J in Akiba.
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Hepburn, Samantha, Native Title Rights in the Territorial Sea and Beyond: Exclusivity and Commerce in the Akiba Decision (2011). University of New South Wales Law Journal, Volume 34(1), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2666489
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