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100 1  Secher, Ulla,|eauthor. 
245 10 Aboriginal customary law :|ba source of common law title 
       to land /|cUlla Secher. 
264  1 Oxford, UK :|bHart Publishing,|c2014. 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Foreword;
       Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Table of Cases; Table
       of Legislation; Introduction; Part I: Australian Land Law 
       and the Meaning of Radical Title Pre-Mabo; Chapter One: 
       The Origin and Application of the Doctrine of Absolute 
       Crown Ownership in Australia: The Common Law 1788-1992; I 
       The Feudal Basis of Land Law in England; A Germ of the 
       Doctrine of Tenure; i Folkland; ii Bookland; iii Folkland:
       Private Property or Public Property?; iv Laenland; v 
       Summary; B The Norman Conquest: Establishment of Feudal 
       Tenure. 
505 8  C 'Exceptions' to the Doctrine of Tenurei Allodial Land; 
       ii Recognition of Customary Law Rights to Land: Tenure in 
       Ancient Demesne; iii The Estate Pur Autre Vie; iv Adverse 
       Possession; v Ecclesiastical Tenures; vi Summary; II The 
       Reception of Land Law into the Australian Colonies; A The 
       English Doctrine of Tenure in 1788; B The Doctrine of 
       Reception; i Milirrpum v Nabalco Pty Ltd: Non-Feudal 
       Rights in Land; III Conclusion; Chapter Two: The Meaning 
       of Radical Title Pre-Mabo; I The Meaning of Radical Title:
       The Leading Privy Council Authorities (Re)Examined. 
505 8  A St Catherine's Milling and Lumber Co v RB Amodu Tijani v
       Secretary, Southern Nigeria; C Re Southern Rhodesia; II 
       International v Municipal Law: American Authority; A 
       Johnson v M'Intosh; B Cherokee Nation v Georgia; C 
       Worcester v Georgia; III New Zealand Authority; A R v 
       Symonds; B Wi Parata v Bishop of Wellington: International
       Law Revisited; C Nireaha Tamaki v Baker; IV Conclusion; 
       Part II: The Doctrine of Tenure and the Juridical 
       Consequences of the Colonial Law Classification of an 
       'Inhabited' Colony as 'Settled' Re-examined Post-Mabo. 
505 8  Chapter Three: The Doctrine of Tenure and the Common Law 
       Consequences of the Classification of an 'Inhabited' 
       Colony as 'Settled' Post-Mabo: Emergence of the Doctrine 
       of Tenure ad Veritatem and the Doctrine of Continuity Pro-
       TemporeI Radical Title as the Postulate of the Doctrine of
       Tenure ad Veritatem; A Mabo: The Decision; B The Feudal 
       Basis of Land Law Revisited; C Summary; II The Reception 
       of Land Law into the Australian Colonies Revisited; A 
       Constitutional Status of Australia: An Inhabited Settled 
       Colony; B The Continuity and Recognition Doctrines 
       Revisited. 
505 8  C Royal Prerogative Powers in the Coloniesi Conquered/
       Ceded Colonies; ii Inhabited Settled Colonies; D Relevance
       of Kent McNeil's Original Thesis; III Post-Mabo 
       Developments; A High Court Decisions; B Native Title 
       Legislation; IV Conclusion; Part III: The Meaning of 
       Radical Title in Post-Mabo Australian Jurisprudence; 
       Chapter Four: Radical Title and Unalienated Land Post-
       Mabo; I Automatic Expansion of Radical Title in Respect of
       Original Unalienated Land: Brennan J's Reliance on the 'No
       Other Proprietor' Principle (Radical Title as a 
       Concomitant of Sovereignty). 
505 8  A Beneficial Ownership of Original Unalienated Land? The 
       'No Other Proprietor' Principle: New Legal Fiction 
       Replacing the Feudal Fiction of Original Crown Ownership -
       - Attorney-General (NSW) v Brown Revisited. 
520    "This book develops an alternative approach to 
       conventional Aboriginal title doctrine. It explains that 
       aboriginal customary law can be a source of common law 
       title to land in former British colonies, whether they 
       were acquired by settlement or by conquest or cession from
       another colonising power. The doctrine of Common Law 
       Aboriginal Customary Title provides a coherent approach to
       the source, content, proof and protection of Aboriginal 
       land rights which overcomes problems arising from the law 
       as currently understood and leads to more just results. 
       The doctrine's applicability in Australia, Canada and 
       South Africa is specifically demonstrated. While the 
       jurisprudential underpinnings for the doctrine are 
       consistent with fundamental common law principles, the 
       author explains that the Australian High Court's decision 
       in Mabo provides a broader basis for the doctrine: a 
       broader basis which is consistent with a re-evaluation of 
       case-law from former British colonies in Africa, as well 
       as from the United States, New Zealand and Canada. In this
       context, the book proffers a reconceptualisation of the 
       Crown's title to land in former colonies and a 
       reassessment of conventional doctrines, including the 
       doctrine of tenure and the doctrine of continuity."--
       Bloomsbury Publishing 
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655  4 Electronic books. 
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