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Wednesday, 1 December 1976


Mr VINER (Stirling) (Minister for Aboriginal Affairs) - I refer the honourable member for Hughes (Mr Les Johnson) as I referred the honourable member for Grey (Mr Wallis) to the explanation that I gave in reply to the second reading debate on the Bill with regard to roads. It is clear that honourable members opposite have not read or understood the provisions of the Bill relating to roads. I refer them particularly to clauses 65, 66 and 68 of the Bill. I shall check those clause numbers in view of the incorporation of amendments in the Bill. They are the clauses to which I referred in my reply to the second reading debate.

Clause agreed to.

Clause 12.

(2)   A deed of grant under this section shall be expressed to be subject to the reservation that the right to all minerals existing in their natural condition, or in a deposit of waste material obtained from any underground or surface working, on or below the surface of the land remains with the Crown.







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