Indigenous land use agreements are very flexible and can cover a wide range of considerations. Although there are no restrictions, agreements may include: 6 Application for Registration of Corporate Arrangements (Act s 24BG) 4 Aboriginal title is the recognition in Australian law that certain indigenous peoples continue to have community, collective or individual rights and interests in their lands and waters. These collective rights and interests derive from traditional laws and customs. The above list are examples and do not limit what can be negotiated. Ultimately, if the terms do not violate applicable law, the ILUA may be completely unique depending on the parties to the negotiations, the activities envisaged, and the unique land/water that is the subject of the agreement. This guide covers the different types of agreements that may be relevant to your application.