Queensland Solicitor-General

A Queensland authority

To act, upon the request of the Attorney-General, as counsel for (i) the Crown in the right of the State; (ii) the State; (iii) a person suing or being sued on behalf of the State; (iv) a body established under an Act; (v) any other person or body where it is to the benefit of the State that the Solicitor-General should so act; and to carry out for the benefit of the Government of the State such other functions ordinarily performed by counsel as the Attorney-General requests.

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Good afternoon Ms Addo,   I am unsure if this Department would be the relevant one to assist you and/or if we would still hold documents from 1976...
Local Government (Aboriginal Lands) Act 1978 - Queensland ... https://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/ACTS/1978/78AC006.pdf This Act may be c...

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