NTSCORP provides a broad range of services to assist Aboriginal Traditional Owners in NSW and the ACT to exercise their rights under the Native Title Act 1993.
The Company believes that social justice, economic, cultural and social independence for the Traditional Owners of the lands, seas and waters can be achieved through the rights afforded by the Native Title Act.
NTSCORP recognises that each Traditional Owner community has unique needs and aspirations. Negotiated agreements can cover a broad range of issues and can include (but are not limited to):
- Recognition of the Traditional Owners of the lands, seas and waters;
- Recognition of Traditional Owners custom and beliefs;
- Transfer of freehold lands;
- Culture and Heritage and Sites Management;
- Access to and co-management of, lands, seas and waters;
- The Exercise of Native Title Rights and Interests;
- Water and fishing rights; and
- Employment, Education and Training.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners are our key stakeholders. Other stakeholders with an interest in native title matters include:
- The Commonwealth government and its departments;
- NSW and ACT governments and their departments;
- Local governments;
- Peak industry representative bodies;
- The NSW Minerals Council
- The NSW Farmers association;
- NSWALC and LALCs;
- The Federal Court; and
- The National Native Title Tribunal.