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Coastal Protection Act 1979 No 13
Current version for 30 November 2016 to date (accessed 22 August 2017 at 07:48)
Part 4D Section 55ZD
55ZD   General provisions relating to orders
(1)  An order under this Part may be given to a person by notice in writing or orally.
(2)  An order under this Part:
(a)  takes effect immediately (or from a later date specified in the written notice or at the time the order is given orally), and
(b)  is subject to such conditions as the Coastal Authority may specify in the written notice or at the time the order is given orally, and
(c)  may require a person to cease doing, or causing or permitting to be done, the relevant activity for a specified time, and
(d)  may require a person to do, or cause or permit to be done, the relevant activity within a specified time.
(3)  The Coastal Authority concerned may vary or revoke the order or the conditions of the order by further notice in writing or further oral order given to the person subject to the order.
(4)  An order given orally to a person ceases to have effect on the expiration of 72 hours from the time it was given unless confirmed by the Coastal Authority who gave the order by a notice in writing given to the person.
(5)  Subject to subsection (4), an order under this Part remains in force until whichever of the following happens first:
(a)  the order is revoked by the Coastal Authority concerned,
(b)  the activity to which the order relates obtains planning permission and evidence of the planning permission is provided to the Coastal Authority concerned.
(6)  A Coastal Authority is not required, before making an order under this Part, to notify any person who may be affected by the order.
(7)  A Coastal Authority (other than a council) that makes an order under this Part must notify the relevant local council of the following:
(a)  the making of the order,
(b)  full compliance with the order.
(8)  A council must keep a record of the following:
(a)  all orders under this Part made by it or notified to it under subsection (7) (a),
(b)  full compliance with an order under this Part made by it,
(c)  full compliance (notified to it by another Coastal Authority) with an order under this Part made by the other Coastal Authority.
(9)  An order under this Part given to a person does not authorise the person to enter land without the permission of the owner of the land.
(10)  In this section, evidence of planning permission means evidence that:
(a)  development consent or approval under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 has been granted, or
(b)  the development concerned has become exempt development under that Act.