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Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 No 101
Current version for 28 April 2017 to date (accessed 28 May 2017 at 10:53)
Part 5 Division 1 Section 75
75   Guidelines for threat abatement plans
(1)  The Chief Executive must, in preparing threat abatement plans and in deciding which measures to include in those plans, have regard to the following:
(a)  the objects of this Act,
(b)  the likely social and economic consequences of the making of the plan,
(c)  the most efficient and effective use of available resources for the conservation of threatened species, populations and ecological communities,
(d)  the desirability of minimising any significant adverse social and economic consequences.
(2)  The Chief Executive is to consider, when preparing a threat abatement plan, any measures by which the public may co-operate in the abatement, amelioration or elimination of the adverse effects of key threatening processes on the prospects of survival of threatened species, populations or ecological communities and their recovery to a position of viability in nature.
(3)  The Chief Executive is also to consider, when preparing a threat abatement plan, any special knowledge or interest that indigenous people may have in the species, population or ecological community concerned and in the measures to be contained in the plan (including the likely social, cultural and economic consequences of the making of the plan).