4.63 The following four chapters consider in detail the requirements for establishing native title rights and interests, and develop the ALRC’s case for reform of the Native Title Act. Chapter 5 makes a number of recommendations for reform to the definition of native title. Chapter 6 considers the concept of ‘connection’ with land and waters. Chapter 7 considers how native title is proved, and recommends that there be guidance in the Native Title Act regarding when inferences can be drawn in proof of native title. Chapter 8 considers the nature and content of native title rights and interests, and recommends that it be made clear in the Act that native title may comprise a right that may be exercised for any purpose, including commercial or non-commercial purposes.