4. Permission required to enter community land
Save as otherwise provided by any law of the State or Commonwealth ¾
(a) no person who is not recognised by the Council to be Aboriginal, may enter or remain on community land without prior permission of the Council;
(b) such permission may be given either orally or in writing and may be subject to such terms or conditions as the Council sees fit;
(c) the Council may revoke such permission at any time and without the necessity of stating any reason for the action;
(d) the Council may order any person whatsoever (other than a member of the community) to leave community land and to remain off community land for such a time as the Council may direct;
(e) employees of Government departments of the State or Commonwealth entering or being on community lands in connection with their duties shall be deemed to have permission under paragraph (a);
(f) the Council may act through any of its members to make or to revoke any of the permission or directions referred to in this by-law.