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Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 No 101
Current version for 10 March 2017 to date (accessed 26 April 2017 at 06:25)
Part 9 Section 141
141   Procedure for making or amending Strategy
(1)  The Chief Executive is to prepare a draft Strategy and publish notice of the draft Strategy in a newspaper circulating generally throughout the State.
(2)  A notice is to:
(a)  be in the form prescribed by the regulations, and
(b)  state the date by which submissions may be made to the Chief Executive, which is to be at least 30 days after the date on which the notice is published, and
(c)  specify the manner in which submissions may be made, and
(d)  fix a time and place at which a copy of the draft Strategy will be available to the public for inspection.
(3)  Any person may make submissions to the Chief Executive about the draft Strategy.
(4)  The Chief Executive may, after the expiration of the period referred to in subsection (2) (b) and after examination of submissions received, amend the Strategy. The Chief Executive is to refer the Strategy and any submissions received to the Scientific Committee for its consideration and advice.
(5)  Before adopting the Strategy, the Chief Executive is to consider the comments and suggestions of the Scientific Committee and is to seek the advice of any other relevant public authority.
(6)  The Chief Executive may adopt the Strategy without alteration or with such alterations as the Chief Executive thinks fit.
(7)  After the Strategy has been adopted, the Chief Executive is to publish notice of its making in the Gazette and in a newspaper circulating generally throughout the State.
(8)  The procedures applicable to the making of the Strategy apply to the making of an amendment to the Strategy that is not a minor amendment.
(9)  In this section a reference to the Scientific Committee includes a reference to the Fisheries Scientific Committee under Part 7A of the Fisheries Management Act 1994.