Consumer Protection Law in Australia, 4th edition and Australian Competition Law, 4th edition (Bundle)

Consumer Protection Law in Australia, 4th edition

Australian Competition Law, 4th edition

Published: 11 September, 2023

Publisher: LexisNexis Australia

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Consumer Protection Law in Australia, 4th edition

An accessible guide to Australian consumer law.

Australian Competition Law, 4th edition

A clear and accessible guide to the regulation of competition in Australia.

  • Part 1 Background
  • Ch 1 Legal History
  • Ch 2 Protection and Recognition of Native Title: Mabo
  • Ch 3 Political and Legislative Responses to Mabo
  • Ch 4 Pastoral Leases and Equality: Wik
  • Ch 5 The Ten Point Plan: Workability and the Denial of Equality
  • Ch 6 Retreating from Mabo and Wik — Frozen Rights and Judicial Denial of Equality: Ward
  • Ch 7 An Onerous Burden of Proof: Yorta Yorta
  • Ch 8 Nigh Impossible to Prove Native Title in Urban Areas: Bennell
  • Ch 9 Returning to the First Principles of Mabo and Wik in Akiba, Brown and Congoo
  • Ch 10 Efficiency, Not Equality, the Focus of Legislative Change
  • Ch 11 Constitutional Framework of Native Title
  • Part 2 Nature of Native Title
  • Ch 12 Concept of Native Title
  • Ch 13 Proof
  • Ch 14 Making a Claim Under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)
  • Ch 15 Content of Native Title
  • Ch 16 Transferability and Alienability
  • Ch 17 Proprietary Nature of Native Title
  • Part 3 Extinguishment and Validation
  • Ch 18 Jurisdiction to Extinguish and Constitutional Protection
  • Ch 19 Extinguishment and Impairment at Common Law: 1788–1975
  • Ch 20 Confirming or Deemed Extinguishment: 1788–1996
  • Ch 21 Extinguishment and Suspension: 1975–1996
  • Ch 22 Disregarding Historic Extinguishment
  • Part 4 Future Dealings
  • Ch 23 Future Act Process
  • Part 5 Right to Negotiate, Agreements and Settlements, and Compensation
  • Ch 24 Development of a Framework of Negotiation, Agreements and Settlements
  • Ch 25 Right to Negotiate
  • Ch 26 Indigenous Land Use Agreements
  • Ch 27 Consent Determinations
  • Ch 28 Compensation
  • Part 6 Fiduciary Obligations
  • Ch 29 Fiduciary Obligation as to Native Title
  • Part 7 Resource Developments and Traditional Pursuits
  • Ch 30 Minerals and Petroleum
  • Ch 31 Water
  • Ch 32 Hunting, Fishing and Gathering Rights
  • Part 8 Institutions and Jurisdiction
  • Ch 33 National Native Title Tribunal and the Federal Court
  • Ch 34 Representative Bodies
  • Ch 35 State and Territory Jurisdiction
  • Part 9 Reflections on Native Title
  • Ch 36 Thirty Years to a Limited Acceptance