Choose the most correct answer. If a group is granted Native Title rights, that means.
A. That no one else can ever use that land. B. Non-Indigenous people who were previously using that land will now have to pay rent. C. That Indigenous people are automatically allowed to live on that land for free. D. That Indigenous people cannot necessarily live on the land, but they can sell it, use it for traditional purposes, or tell other people how to use it. E. None of the above.
None of the above.-native title does not necessarily confer any rights, but may include possession, occupation, use and enjoyment of traditional country. it may include the right of access to an area of land or the right to participate in decisions concerning how the land or waters is used by other people. any native title rights and interests are subject to other existing rights (e.g. freehold or leases), and those other rights take precedence over native title rights. for this reason native title rights will vary according to the rights of other people in the area claimed. native title cannot be bought or sold.