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|Corporations Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (CATSI) Act draft Review||819.24 KB|
|Corporations Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (CATSI) Act draft Review factsheet||157.39 KB|
|Objects of the CATSI Act fact sheet||186.79 KB|
|Officers of the corporation fact sheet||172.51 KB|
|Modernising the CATSI Act fact sheet||172.18 KB|
|Registered Native Title bodies corporate fact sheet||182.75 KB|
|Special administration, insolvency and winding up fact sheet||201.97 KB|
Corporations registered under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act) play a crucial role in delivering services and supporting economic development in Indigenous communities, particularly in remote Australia. Many Indigenous communities depend on CATSI corporations to deliver essential services, including land holding, housing, health, education, employment and native title services. The CATSI Act supports these corporations by promoting high standards of corporate governance and financial management. The Act also provides regulatory tools for assisting corporations in distress, such as special administration provisions.