Show more 11061986 recognition of aboriginal customary laws alrc report 31 filed under criminal law and process culturally and linguistically diverse discrimination evidence family law indigenous women the focus of alrc report 31 tabled 12 june 1986 was whether it would be desirable to apply either in whole or in part aboriginal customary law to indigenous peoples generally . Australia law reform commission the recognition of aboriginal customary laws the law reform commission australian government publishing service canberra 1986 australian harvard citation australia law reform commission 1986 the recognition of aboriginal customary laws the law reform commission australian government publishing service . The law reform commission of western australia is to enquire into and report upon aboriginal customary laws in western australia other than in relation to native title and matters addressed under the aboriginal heritage act 1972 wa. June 9 2016 409pm edt the recognition of aboriginal customary laws report was released by the australian law reform commission alrc in june 1986 after an intensive nine year inquiry. The attitude of early courts to aboriginal customary laws was such that recognition was most unlikely to have been accorded the supreme court in murrells case for example stated that aborigines had no law but only lewd practices and irrational superstitions contrary to divine law and consistent only with the grossest darkness b
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