Rsa Settlement Agreement
The transaction contract allows the state to resolve a possible compensation liability by mutual agreement. It also offers a remedy for the foctive injustice that may not be made available to the Taungurung under the Native Title Act of 1993. Failure to comply with the conditions of an RSA is rare. We will always check whether the person is complying with the terms of the commitments made in the agreement. This data set is made available to the public on the basis of information provided by the Ministry of Justice and Regulation. The data show areas covered by Recognition and Transaction Agreements (RSA) with traditional ownership groups, in accordance with the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010 (Vic). The RSA gives groups of traditional owners formal recognition as traditional owners of the contract territory. An RSA may contain some or all of the following agreements – natural resources contract, land tenure contract, land contract. The area of crown land within the RSA border is the area on which natural resource licensing orders apply. These include licensing regulations for wildlife, hunting, forest production, water and camping. The limit also indicates the size of Crown Country that is subject to the land use contract. Aboriginal titles with common management agreements (as part of the land contract) for certain Crown Land parks and reserves may also apply within this limit. The Minister of Energy, Environment and Climate Change will establish a traditional country ownership board after the agreement begins.
The other members representing the state and the wider community are appointed by the Ministry of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP). According to the SCA, if an interpretation of the agreement established that the payment obligation was conditional on compliance with the payment method, A “simply should not have gotten away with it” and that would be, according to the SCA, an “extremely unfair result”. Aboriginal titles are jointly managed by the state and the Taungurung by a traditional land Management Board owner (to be established after the start of the subdivision). On October 26, 2018, the Victorian government, the Taungurung Land and Waters Council Aboriginal Corporation (TLaWCAC) and the Taungurung Traditional Owner Group signed a series of agreements under the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010 (Vic) and related legislation.