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Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 No 42
Current version for 3 April 2017 to date (accessed 24 September 2017 at 13:05)
Part 2 Division 4 Section 41
41   Certificates—land vested in Aboriginal Land Councils
(1)  A dealing approval certificate:
(a)  for a land dealing relating to land vested in the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council, is a certificate in the prescribed form signed by the Chief Executive Officer of the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council that the dealing complies with section 42D, or
(b)  for a land dealing relating to land vested in a Local Aboriginal Land Council, is a certificate in the prescribed form signed by the Chief Executive Officer of the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council that the dealing has been approved by the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council.
(2)  A registration approval certificate for a registrable instrument relating to land vested in an Aboriginal Land Council is a certificate in the prescribed form signed by the Chief Executive Officer of the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council that:
(a)  the registration, under the Real Property Act 1900, of the instrument is authorised under this Act, or
(b)  the registration, under Division 3 of Part 23 of the Conveyancing Act 1919, of the instrument is authorised under this Act, or
(c)  the making of a recording in respect of the instrument in the Register or the General Register of Deeds is authorised under this Act.
(3)  A dealing approval certificate signed by the Chief Executive Officer of the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council is conclusive evidence of the matters certified in the certificate in favour of any person.
(4)  Subsection (3) does not operate in favour of any person who had knowledge that any of the matters certified in the certificate was incorrect before the land dealing was completed (whether or not any subsequent registration was required or has taken place).
(5)  A dealing approval certificate must set out any conditions of the relevant approval.