Forms for native title protection conditions

The forms below are used for resource authorities granted under the native title protection conditions. For the full explanations of these forms, please read the native title protection conditions.

FormPurpose
Exploration activity notice (PDF, 43KB) If the explorer proposes to carry out exploration activities within a notification area under the native title protection conditions, the explorer must give native title parties an exploration activity notice
Response notice (PDF, 31KB) Native title parties have 20 business days from receipt of the exploration activity notice to respond with a response notice
Meeting notice (PDF, 27KB) If the explorer can't agree with the native title parties on a time for a meeting, the explorer must give the parties a meeting notice, advising when and where the meeting will take place
Outcomes notice (PDF, 27KB) Following a meeting between the explorer and the native title parties, the explorer must give the parties an outcomes notice
Outcomes response notice (PDF, 32KB) Native title parties have 5 business days from receipt of the outcomes notice to respond with an outcomes response notice
Field inspection notice (PDF, 29KB) Within 5 business days of the field inspection conclusion, the explorer must give the native title parties a field inspection notice
Inspection report (PDF, 28KB) Within 20 business days of the field inspection conclusion, or longer if the explorer advises, native title parties must give the explorer an inspection report
Recommendations objection notice (PDF, 22KB) The explorer has 5 business days from receipt of the inspection report to give the native title parties a recommendations objection notice, providing details of the recommendations dispute
Cultural heritage notice (PDF, 23KB) The explorer has 2 business days after making a cultural heritage find to give the native title parties a cultural heritage notice
Cultural heritage response notice (PDF, 23KB) Native title parties have 5 business days from receipt of the cultural heritage notice to give the explorer a cultural heritage response notice
Nominated body notice (PDF, 27KB) Within 7 business days of the granting of the exploration authority, the explorer must give the native title parties a nominated body notice
Nominated body response notice (PDF, 23KB) After receipt of the nominated body notice, the native title parties must give the explorer a nominated body response notice or the explorer won't be required to pay any amount to the nominated body for that native title claim
Change of nominated body notice (PDF, 21KB) If the explorer receives a change of nominated body notice, the nominated body identified in that notice becomes the nominated body for the purpose of the protection conditions
Amendment notice (PDF, 26KB) If the explorer intends to apply for an amendment of an environmental authority, the explorer must give the native title parties an amendment notice at least 5 business days before applying
Assignment notice (PDF, 21KB) If the explorer applies to assign the exploration authority, the explorer must give the native title parties an assignment notice when they apply
Inability notice (PDF, 26KB) If the native title parties can't meet their obligations due to a weather condition or occurrence, or a ceremonial or cultural activity, they must send the explorer an inability notice
Inability response notice (PDF, 21KB) If the explorer receives an inability notice from the native title parties, the explorer may give the parties an inability response notice stating a reasonable alternative date for the parties to meet their obligations
Change of details (PDF, 19KB) If one party changes their contact details, they must send the other party a change of details form
Modified program of works (PDF, 25KB) If the explorer needs to provide a modified program of works to the native title parties, the explorer must send the parties a modified program of works form

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