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Orders to take account of cultural or customary concerns

                   A party may apply to the Court for an order to take account of the cultural or customary nature of a party or of another person by filing an interlocutory application, in accordance with Form 111.

Example:    The Court may make a ruling on the naming of recently deceased people.

Note 1:       In considering whether to make an order, the Court may seek any information it considers appropriate from a party to the proceeding.

Note 2:       The Registrar will , fix a return date and place for hearing and endorse those details on the application.

Note 3:       Certain applications given to the Native Title Registrar are taken to have been made to the Federal Court as a consequence of the commencement of the Native Title Amendment Act 1998 . For this and other consequences, see Part 3 of Schedule 5 to the Native Title Amendment Act 1998 .

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