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Contents (1995 - 101)
Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 No 101
Repealed version for 18 August 2017 to 24 August 2017 (accessed 19 November 2017 at 04:19)
Part 10 Introductory note
Introductory note.
 This Part makes provision for a number of miscellaneous matters relating to the operation of the Act. These include:
•  a statement that the Act binds the Crown
•  a requirement that the Chief Executive report on the operation of the Act in the Chief Executive’s annual report to Parliament
•  a provision enabling third parties to bring proceedings in the Land and Environment Court for orders remedying or restraining breaches of the Act
•  a statement that the Act is not intended to affect native title rights and interests
•  a provision providing that the Chief Executive may decline to disclose the location of critical habitat (or proposed critical habitat) other than to specified persons if the Chief Executive is of the opinion that disclosure would be likely to expose the critical habitat (or proposed critical habitat) to a significant risk and that withholding of the location is in the public interest, and if affected landholders have requested, or are agreeable to, the withholding of the location
•  a provision enabling third parties to bring proceedings in the Land and Environment Court for orders remedying or restraining breaches of the Act
•  provisions as to the form and service of notices and other documents under the proposed Act
•  a provision concerning review of the operation of the Act as soon as possible after the period of 18 months after the date of assent to the proposed Act.
The Part also authorises the making of regulations, and contains formal provisions giving effect to the Schedules amending other Acts and inserting savings, transitional and other provisions.