Re Hal Duell posted August 5, 2013 at 9:12 pm Yes …

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Re Hal Duell posted August 5, 2013 at 9:12 pm
Yes the sticking point always was “reasonable access” for this requires “reasonable leases”.
The corporate Land Trusts remain prima facie owners except where leases are issued.
With “reasonable leases” allow access and investments, without them almost all opportunities remain wasted.
Essential is holding these corporate landowners to account for standards and poor maintenance with their housing in which people reside.
Only with full accountability will essential changes start to happen.
I wonder if government lease payments are hidden to hide lease-values higher than market equivalents, which further benefit these corporate landowning Land Trusts.
Need amend the ALR(NT) so these landowners start paying standard property rates and charges, not the public.
These corporate landowners need start using their own money to maintain their own housing. Fixing their own houses need be more important than maintaining “Toyota dreamings”.
Only when they address their own obstruction shall things start to improve.
Until this happens and opportunities clearly improve no further public funding for these private landowner responsibilities.
If “Traditional Owners” as shareholders of these corporate landowning Trusts still not prepared to help themselves make these changes, then leave them to it.
We can provide greater opportunity to boat people who at least are really trying to improve their opportunities in life.

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