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​To see ILUAs in notification please visit the public notifications page

Applying for registration of an ILUA

​Making an application for registration

The application form for registration of an ILUA and the information that needs to accompany it, depends on the type of agreement.
 
The application form for registration should be emailed or posted to the NNTT.

Area Agreement

The application must be in writing and accompanied by a copy of the agreement and information about:
  • the parties; 
  •  the agreement area (a map and description);
  • certification/authorisation;
  • a signed statement from the parties that the application can be made; and
  • the location of particular statements in the agreement.
An Application form, Explanatory notes and Guidelines for registration are available to assist with this process.
 

Body Corporate Agreement

The application must be in writing and accompanied by a copy of the agreement and information about:
  • the parties;
  • the agreement area (a map and description);
  • the relevant determination of native title;
  • consultation and consent (a Reg (9)(1) document);
  • a signed statement from the parties that the application can be made; and
  • the location of particular statements in the agreement.
An Application form, Explanatory notes and Guidelines for registration are available to assist with this process.
 
See also Fact Sheet 5: The Registration process for Body Corporate Agreements.
 

Alternative Procedure Agreement

The application must be in writing and accompanied by a copy of the agreement and information about:
  • the parties;
  • the agreement area (a map and description);
  • a signed statement from the parties that the application can be made; and
  • the location of particular statements in the agreement.
An Application form, Explanatory notes and Guidelines for registration are available to assist with this process. 
 
See also Fact Sheet 4: Making an Alternative Procedure Agreement and applying for registration.

ILUAs in notification

When an ILUA is lodged for registration, the Registrar notifies certain people and organisations by mail and, for Area Agreements and Alternative Procedure Agreements, notifies the general public through newspaper advertisements of the agreement.
 
During the notification period (one month for Body Corporate Agreements and three months for Area Agreements and Alternative Procedure Agreements) certain people can oppose the registration.
 
To access information about what ILUAs are currently being notified, visit the Public notices page.