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National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 No 80
Current version for 26 October 2018 to date (accessed 29 May 2020 at 14:22)
188F Public register
(1) The Chief Executive is to establish and keep a public register in accordance with this section.(2) The register is to contain the following:(a) details of each application for an Aboriginal heritage impact permit made to the Chief Executive,(b) details of each decision of the Chief Executive made in respect of any such application,(c) details of each Aboriginal heritage impact permit issued by the Chief Executive,(d) details of each variation of an Aboriginal heritage impact permit (including the conditions of any permit),(e) details of each decision to suspend, revoke or approve the surrender of any such Aboriginal heritage impact permit (including details of any conditions to which it is subject),(f) details of each Aboriginal place declared under section 84,(g) details of each remediation direction under Division 3 of Part 6A given by the Chief Executive,(h) details of convictions in prosecutions under this Act or the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995,(i) the results of civil proceedings before the Land and Environment Court under this Act or the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995,(j) details of such other matters as are prescribed by the regulations (relating to matters under or relevant to this Act or the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995).(3) The register may be kept in any form determined by the Chief Executive. Different parts of the register may be kept in different forms.(4) The regulations may authorise the removal from the register of any matter concerning applications that were not granted, or permits or directions that are no longer in force.(5) For the purposes of this section, details of a matter means:(a) particulars of the matter, or(b) a copy of the matter, or(c) any electronic or other reproduction of the matter.