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The 'Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) is an Australian Commonwealth statutory authority with national responsibilities to assist Indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to acquire land and to manage Indigenous-held land. The ILC has a seven-member board, appointed by the Minister for Indigenous Affairs. The Chairperson and at least four other members of the Board must be Indigenous. The ILC Board makes all policy and land acquisition decisions, following the Mabo decision and Federal legislation.<ref>Indigenous Land Corporation</ref>


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The 'Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) is an Australian Commonwealth statutory authority with national responsibilities to assist Indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to acquire land and to manage Indigenous-held land. The ILC has a seven-member board, appointed by the Minister for Indigenous Affairs. The Chairperson and at least four other members of the Board must be Indigenous. The ILC Board makes all policy and land acquisition decisions, following the Mabo decision and Federal legislation.<ref>Indigenous Land Corporation</ref>


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