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Gumbaynggirr Automotive Act.

 

The Independent Gumbaynggirr National Sovereign Government Automotive Act aims to regulate the use of automotive vehicles within the Gumbaynggirr territory.

 

The act includes measures to ensure the safety of drivers and passengers, protect the environment, and promote responsible vehicle operation.

 

The act outlines regulations for vehicle registration, insurance, and roadworthiness to ensure all vehicles meet safety standards. It also addresses driver licensing, including requirements for obtaining learner's, beginner's, and full automotive licenses, as well as specialized licenses for advanced operators of automotive car conveyancers.

 

The act includes provisions for enforcing road safety regulations, such as speed limits, seat belt laws, and laws against impaired driving.

 

It also addresses measures for promoting environmental sustainability, such as emissions standards and regulations for eco-friendly vehicles.

 

The act emphasizes the importance of education and training for safe and responsible driving practices, as well as the promotion of Indigenous cultural values and traditions in relation to automotive use.

 

Overall, the Independent Gumbaynggirr National Sovereign Government Automotive Act seeks to ensure the safe and responsible operation of automotive vehicles within Gumbaynggirr territory, while also promoting environmental sustainability and cultural values.

Gumbaynggirr Government Automotive license legislation Learners:

To obtain a learner's license for automotive vehicles, individuals must be at least 16 years of age and must pass a written test on road signs, rules, and safe driving practices.

 

They must then complete a certain number of supervised driving hours with a licensed driver before being eligible for the next stage.

 

Beginners (B): After completing the required supervised driving hours and passing a practical driving test, individuals can obtain a beginner's license, allowing them to drive under certain restrictions, such as not driving at night and not carrying passengers under a certain age.

B2: After a certain period of time and demonstrating responsible driving behavior, beginners can advance to a B2 license, allowing for fewer restrictions and more privileges on the road. Full Automotive License: To obtain a full automotive license, individuals must have held a B2 license for a designated period of time, pass an advanced driving test, and demonstrate a clear understanding of road safety and vehicle operation.

 

Open Automotive License for Advanced Operators of Automotive Car Conveyancer: This license is for individuals who have extensive experience and training in operating automotive vehicles and have demonstrated an exceptional understanding of road safety, vehicle maintenance, and advanced driving techniques. It may involve additional training and testing beyond the full automotive license requirements.

The Gumbaynggirr Constable Customary Law Act 

for Gumbaynggirr lore codes is designed to uphold the traditional legal system and customary laws of the Gumbaynggirr people.

 

The act establishes a framework for resolving disputes and enforcing Gumbaynggirr lore codes within the community.

 

The act outlines the roles and responsibilities of Gumbaynggirr constables, who are appointed to uphold and enforce traditional laws and customs. It includes provisions for the training and certification of constables, as well as mechanisms for holding them accountable for their actions.

 

The act defines the offenses and violations that are subject to Gumbaynggirr lore codes, such as trespassing on sacred lands, damaging natural resources, and disrespecting cultural traditions. It also outlines the process for resolving disputes and administering justice according to Gumbaynggirr customary laws.

 

The act emphasizes the importance of community involvement and consensus in the enforcement of Gumbaynggirr lore codes, and it provides mechanisms for community members to participate in the decision-making process.

 

Overall, the Gumbaynggirr Constable Customary Law Act for Gumbaynggirr lore codes aims to preserve and protect the traditional legal system and customary laws of the Gumbaynggirr people, while also promoting community involvement and accountability in the administration of justice.

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The Allodial Title Act for the Gumbaynggirr People,

Government and Nation 

Is aimed at recognizing and protecting the indigenous land rights and sovereignty of the Gumbaynggirr people.

 

The act establishes the legal framework for the recognition and protection of allodial title, which grants full and absolute ownership of land to the Gumbaynggirr nation.

 

The act outlines the process for identifying, delineating, and registering allodial lands, as well as the mechanisms for resolving disputes over land ownership and boundaries. It also includes provisions for the protection and preservation of traditional cultural sites and natural resources within allodial lands.

 

The act emphasizes the rights of the Gumbaynggirr people to govern and manage their allodial lands according to their own customs, laws, and traditions. It also provides mechanisms for the Gumbaynggirr government to work collaboratively with the broader government entities to ensure the recognition and protection of allodial title. Overall, the Allodial Title Act for the Gumbaynggirr People, Government, and Nation seeks to protect and preserve the indigenous land rights and sovereignty of the Gumbaynggirr people, allowing them to govern and manage their traditional lands in accordance with their customs and traditions.

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