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27 Pages Complete Study Notes Year: Pre-2018 Previously uploaded under: 200006 - Introduction to Law

About: Indigenous Australia and the heritage of law and its origin Legal systems are vital to ensuring that power is not abused The story of Barangaroo’s is part of one of the great failures of the legal system in Australia- the dispossession and failure to protect the rights of the indigenous people. This arose first because of the failure of the British to recognise Aboriginal culture as a valid system. It allowed the British to use the argument that the land belonged to no one, was terra nullius.

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