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FEDERAL COURT RULES 2011 - RULE 34.107

Form of applications other than main applications

                   A person who wants to make an application under the Native Title Act, other than a main application or an application under rule 34.109 or rule 34.110, must file:

                     (a)  an originating application, in accordance with Form 107; and

                     (b)  an affidavit sworn or affirmed by the applicant stating the facts in support of the application.

Note:          At 1 August 2011, no form is prescribed under the Native Title (Federal Court) Regulations 1998 for certain applications, including:

                   for just terms compensation (under section 53 of the Native Title Act)

                   for review of a decision of the Native Title Registrar not to accept a claim for registration (under section 69 (1) of the Native Title Act)

                   for an order to remove the details of an agreement from the Register of Indigenous Land Use Agreements (under section 69(1) of the Native Title Act)

                   for orders to ensure compliance with directions about the transfer of records (under section 69(1) of the Native Title Act).



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