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  1. Registered native title bodies corporate

    1993 requires traditional owners to establish a corporation to represent them and their interests. ... These organisations are known as registered native title bodies corporate (RNTBCs). They are most commonly known ... as prescribed bodies corporate (PBCs). An RNTBC has prescribed functions under the Native Title Act 1993 to:

    Created: 20 November 2017

  2. Former CEO of Aboriginal medical service sentenced to jail

    Corporation (RivMed), has today been sentenced in the Wagga Wagga Local Court, New South Wales. Ms Lyons ... The charges were laid under section 265-25(3)(a) of the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander)

    Media Release | Created: 12 February 2018

  3. Caseworker, Bateman's Bay/Bega

    JOB ADVERTISEMENT South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation South Coast Medical Service ... Aboriginal Corporation is a non-government not-for-profit highly-regarded Aboriginal communit-controlled ... Ongoing Salary will be in accordance with the South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation

    Created: 19 April 2018

  4. RNTBCs

    1993 requires traditional owners to establish a corporation to represent them and their interests. ... bodies corporate (PBCs). Once a determination is made and registered on the National Native Title ... Register the corporation then becomes a registered native title body corporate (RNTBC). At that point

    Top 500 report section | Created: 29 May 2017

  5. ORICMR1718-22_NSW-Aboriginal-housing-provider-special-administration.pdf

    The acting Deputy Registrar of Indigenous Corporations, Gerrit Wanganeen, has today placed the Many Rivers ... Regional Housing Management Services Aboriginal Corporation (Many Rivers) under special administration. ... rental properties primarily in the Macleay Valley area. The corporation is a registered Aboriginal

    Available at: NSW Aboriginal housing provider in special administration

    Created: 13 April 2018

  6. Establishing

    that need to be addressed. We provide information to government, corporations and the wider community about ... and growth of the 500 highest-earning corporations, and simple statistical reports on external ... administrations (annually) and complaints about corporations (twice-yearly). Top 500 report, 2014–15 In September

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  7. Liquidation

    as the liquidator. They have complete control over the corporation. How does a liquidation start? There are two ways ... Liquidation or winding up is the way that a corporation is closed and brought to an end. All ... of its assets are sold and the money used to pay as many of the bills of the corporation as possible. Who

    Created: 17 March 2014

  8. Good health for Biluru people and communities

    justice, Danila Dilba Biluru Butji Binnilutlum Health Service Aboriginal Corporation has recently shared ... Territory: For over 25 years now, Danila Dilba Biluru Butji Binnilutlum Health Service Aboriginal Corporation ... (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) people in the Yilli Reung (greater Darwin) region. This corporation

    Spotlight on | Created: 22 December 2017

  9. Information and resources

    To help new groups starting corporations under the CATSI Act and to support existing clients, ... available on the ORIC website designed to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations ... and Torres Strait Islander Corporations, the Register of Disqualified Officers, and a link to a secure

    Yearbook section | Created: 28 November 2016

  10. Chief executive officer (CEO)

    Running a corporation can be a lot of work. While directors are ultimately responsible ... for their corporation's performance this doesn't mean they do all the work. In some corporations, especially those ... ranking employee in an organisation. Not every corporation calls their most senior employee

    Created: 5 April 2018

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