This agreement contains five parts:
- Part 1 - Preliminary: this part comprises primarily technical information about how the agreement works.
- Part 2 - Resolving the Native Title Claim: this part sets out how local government can assist in resolving the native title claim and how the native title of the Jagera, Yuggera and Ugarapul people and the interests of local government co-exist if native title is recognised by the Federal Court of Australia.
- Part 3 - Native Title Compliance: some activities by local government may affect native title - this part sets out how those activities can be validly carried out.
- Part 4 - Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Compliance: this part contains some practical measures to help protect Aboriginal cultural heritage. It enables activities by local government which may affect Aboriginal cultural heritage to be lawfully carried out.
- Part 5 - Other Outcomes: local government and the Jagera, Yuggera and Ugarapul people agree on a range of other things to help them meet mutual aspirations, benefit the local community and ensure ongoing communication between the parties - details are recorded in this part.
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