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Indigenous home ownership on communal title lands (positioning paper)

3 Feb 2009
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A central theme in this research is the meaning of home ownership to Indigenous people living on communal title lands as opposed to those living on non-communal title lands. Communal title lands are popularly perceived to occur in remote Indigenous settlements, where lands are jointly held in some form of a trust to the broader ‘community’. While less common, there are also communal title lands within the boundaries of a number of regional towns and metropolitan cities throughout Australia, which in some cases consist of conglomerates of freehold title blocks that are held collectively through a community housing organisation. By Paul Memmott, Christina Birdsall-Jones, Mark Moran and Stephen Long

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2009
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