Future act Notices - November 2020 (NNTT)

Before an act is done, which may affect native title, a Government party must issue a notice under s 29 of the NTA (s 29 notice or future act notice). The notice provides details of the proposed act and specifies a date (notification date) from which persons have either 3 or 4 months to object to the act or become a native title party with rights to negotiate about the doing of the act. Note: This metadata record is a local copy maintained for the eAtlas and is not authoritative. Please see the link to the 'Original metadata record for this dataset' for the full metadata and latest update. Data Location: This dataset is filed in the eAtlas enduring data repository at: data\non-custodian\ongoing\AU_NNTT\2020-11-05\FA_Notices_Nat_shp.zip

Geographic representation of Future Act Notices

Point Of Contact
Geospatial Services National Native Title Tribunal geoservices@nntt.gov.au

Data Usage Constraints
  • Future Act notices boundary data are sourced from the respective organisations issuing the notices. Authorisation is required by those organisations prior to their release. Products using this data should acknowledge the National Native Title Tribunal as the data source.
  • Attribution 4.0 International