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Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 No 101
Current version for 26 May 2017 to date (accessed 26 June 2017 at 06:54)
Part 5 Division 2 Section 89
89   Consultations with Chief Executive concerning proposed departures
(1)  The Chief Executive must, on receiving notice of a proposed departure from a threat abatement plan from a public authority, determine whether exercise of the function in the manner proposed is acceptable or whether it is likely to jeopardise the effective implementation of the plan.
(2)  If the Chief Executive considers that the departure is acceptable, the Chief Executive must notify the public authority accordingly.
(3)  If the Chief Executive considers that the departure is unacceptable because it is likely to jeopardise the effective implementation of the threat abatement plan, the Chief Executive must consult with the public authority in an endeavour to resolve the matter by modification of the action proposed or by other mutually acceptable means.