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Governance resources for LALCs

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Legal duties of LALC board members

The LALC Service has developed a governance toolkit for LALCs which provides information on the key legal duties of LALC board members (and staff) under the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 (NSW) and other laws.

This plain language toolkit has five parts and includes scenarios based on common situations that arise in LALCs and the not-for-profit sector more generally, as well as tips to help board members comply with their legal duties. 

Download the full toolkit below:

Or download each part of the toolkit separately below:

Make an enquiry

Our lawyers are experts in governance and not-for-profits. Your LALC may be eligible for our free legal advice service. To find out, please complete the online enquiry form below. Using the online form is the quickest and easiest way for us to deal with your enquiry and means that we can respond to you sooner (usually within 48 business hours) and let you know how we might be able to assist. Find out more information about eligibility on our Legal Advice page

Last Updated: 19 December 2019