Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 No 101
74 Director-General may prepare threat abatement
(1) The Director-General may prepare a threat abatement plan for each
key threatening process to manage the threatening process:
(a) so as to abate, ameliorate or eliminate its adverse effects on
threatened species, populations or ecological communities,
(b) in the case of a key threatening process that could cause species,
populations or ecological communities that are not threatened to become
threatened, so as to prevent those species, populations or ecological
communities from becoming threatened.
(2) A threat abatement plan may contain provisions relevant to more
than one key threatening process.
(3), (4) (Repealed)