Aboriginal customary laws aboriginal child custody fostering and adoption it is the role and the right of parents everywhere to pass on their beliefs knowledge customs language law to their children. 383 aboriginal customary practicesas has been seen 220 in aboriginal communities the extended family plays a very important role in child care arrangements it is common for a member of a childs extended family often a grandmother to look after a child or children for periods of time where the parents are unable to do so for one reason or another. Reference on aboriginal customary law 1977 1985 were deposited in aiatsis after the completion of the reference in 1986 by the alrc access to the papers is generally open. The recommendations of the australian law reform commissions 1986 report the recognition of aboriginal customary laws report no31 are used as a basis for looking at the specific issues in the area of the family namely marriage custody issues child protection and care legislation and adoption
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