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Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 No 101
Current version for 14 July 2017 to date (accessed 19 August 2017 at 11:47)
Part 5A Section 90A
90A   What the Statement provides for
A Threatened Species Priorities Action Statement (also called a Priorities Action Statement) is a statement that:
(a)  sets out the strategies (recovery and threat abatement strategies) to be adopted for promoting the recovery of each threatened species, population and ecological community to a position of viability in nature and for managing each key threatening process as provided by section 74 (1), and
(b)  establishes relative priorities for the implementation of recovery and threat abatement strategies, and
(c)  establishes performance indicators to facilitate reporting on achievements in implementing recovery and threat abatement strategies and their effectiveness, and
(d)  contains a status report on each threatened species, where information is available, and
(e)  sets out clear timetables for recovery and threat abatement planning and achievement.