Introduction -- Recognising native title in Australian law : Mabo v Queensland [no. 2] -- Coexistence and necessary inconsistency : Wik Peoples v. Queensland -- The vulnerability of native title : Fejo v Northern Territory -- Property and Crown ownership : Yanner v Eaton -- Native title offshore : Commonwealth v Yarmirr -- Redefining extinguishment : Western Australia v Ward -- Proof of a native title society : Yorta Yorta v Victoria -- Rules of interpretation : Griffiths v Minister for Lands, Planning and Environment -- Implementing the High Court's jurisprudence : De Rose v South Australia [no. 2] -- Continuity and change : Bodney v Bennell -- The development of native title jurisprudence -- The jurisprudence of native title : 'recognition' and 'protection'
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