The British Crown, in the course of extending its sovereignty to overseas territories, acquired many colonies already inhabited by indigenous people who had legal, economic, emotional, and spiritual ties to the land. In this study, the author details the juridical effect of colonization on land title and use, reaching conclusions which will have broad political and practical repercussions for present-day Australia and Canada.
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