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I am pleased to announce the appointment of Mr James McNamara as a member of the National Native Title Tribunal.
72) Austl, Commonwealth, Joint Committee on Native Title and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land Fund, Effectiveness of the National Native Title Tribunal in fulfilment of the Committee's duties pursuant to subparagraph 206(d) (i) of the Native Title Act 1993 (Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 2003).
ASX:OXX) that, with the National Native Title Tribunal determination on 1 February 2013, OBL has successfully completed the first requirement of the farmin for a 25% interest in the Derby Block (after grant) to OXX as previously announced on 24 January 2013.
The Company advises that late on Friday 1 February 2013 it received the formal arbitration determination of the future act, namely allowing the grant of petroleum exploration permit 5/07-8 EP (Derby Block, refer to Figure 1 in link below), under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) from the National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT).
The National Native Title Tribunal further specifies that:
Faced with the looming problems, the National Native Title Tribunal set out to clarify and find solutions, and one fruit of the project is Native Title Corporations: a legal and anthropological analysis, the joint work of a lawyer and an anthropologist.
The Company advises that all submissions from stakeholders have now been received by the National Native Title Tribunal ("NNTT") and the Company expects a formal determination by the NNTT allowing the award of the permit (which is believed to be imminent).
Following the Getting Outcomes Sooner workshop, held in conjunction with the National Native Title Tribunal in July 2007, Ms Bauman co-authored the workshop report and continued to investigate connection issues with a presentation at the Native Title Conference 2008 concerning the subjective nature of connection assessments and the need for independent management of assessment processes.