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Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 No 101
Repealed version for 18 August 2017 to 24 August 2017 (accessed 25 September 2017 at 03:37)
Part 4 Division 1 Section 59
59   Contents of recovery plans
A recovery plan must:
(a)  identify the threatened species, population or ecological community to which it applies, and
(b)  identify any critical habitat declared in relation to the threatened species, population or ecological community, and
(c)  identify any threatening process or processes threatening the threatened species, population or ecological community, and
(d)  identify methods by which adverse social and economic consequences of the making of the plan can be minimised, and
(e)  state what must be done to ensure the recovery of the threatened species, population or ecological community, and
(f)  state what must be done to protect the critical habitat (if any) identified in the plan, and
(f1)  state performance indicators that are to be applied to measure whether the actions identified in the plan are being implemented and are successfully promoting the recovery of the species, population or ecological community, and
(g)  state, with reference to the objects of this Act:
(i)  the way in which those objects are to be implemented or promoted for the benefit of the threatened species, population or ecological community, and
(ii)  the method by which progress towards achieving those objects is to be assessed, and
(h)  identify the persons or public authorities who are responsible for the implementation of the measures included in the plan, and
(i)  state the date by which the recovery plan should be subject to review by the Chief Executive.