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National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 No 80
Current version for 26 October 2018 to date (accessed 24 September 2019 at 18:35)
Part 5 Section 75
75   Special areas under the Hunter Water Act 1991—joint preparation and approval of plans of management
(1)  This section applies to land that:
(a)  is reserved as a national park, historic site, state conservation area, regional park, nature reserve, karst conservation reserve or Aboriginal area, and
(b)  is wholly or partly within a special area within the meaning of the Hunter Water Act 1991.
(2)  The Chief Executive and the Chief Executive Officer of the Hunter Water Corporation have joint responsibility for:
(a)  causing any plan of management for land to which this section applies to be prepared under section 72 (1) or (1A), and
(b)  carrying out and giving effect to any such plan of management under section 81.
(3)  In the case of a plan of management for land to which this section applies that is a regional park under the care, control and management of a local council, the council and the Chief Executive Officer of the Hunter Water Corporation have joint responsibility for:
(a)  causing any plan of management for the land to be prepared under section 72 (1B), and
(b)  carrying out and giving effect to any such plan of management under section 81.
(4)  The Minister, and the Minister administering Division 8 of Part 5 of the Hunter Water Act 1991, are jointly responsible for the adoption, amendment or alteration, cancellation or substitution of any such plan of management. For this purpose, a reference to the Minister in sections 73B and 81 is taken to be a reference to both of those Ministers.
(5)  If the whole or any part of land reserved as a national park, historic site, state conservation area, regional park, nature reserve, karst conservation reserve or Aboriginal area is declared, after it is so reserved, to be a special area under the Hunter Water Act 1991, a plan of management for the land is to be prepared as soon as practicable after the whole or part of the land is declared to be a special area.