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Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 No 101
Current version for 18 August 2017 to date (accessed 23 August 2017 at 21:50)
Part 6 Division 1 Section 92
92   Application for licence
(1)  An application for a licence must be in a form approved, and be accompanied by an application fee of the amount prescribed, by the Chief Executive.
(2)  If the action proposed to be taken under the authority of the licence is on land that is critical habitat, the application must be accompanied by a species impact statement prepared in accordance with Division 2.
(3)  If the action proposed is not on land that is critical habitat, the application must include the following:
(a)  details of the types, and condition, of habitats in and adjacent to the land to be affected by the action,
(b)  particulars of any known records of a threatened species in the same or similar known habitats in the locality,
(c)  details of any known or potential habitat for a threatened species on the land to be affected by the action,
(d)  details of the amount of such habitat to be affected by the action proposed in relation to the known distribution of the species and its habitat in the locality and region,
(e)  an assessment of the likely nature and intensity of the effect of the action on the life cycle and habitat of the species,
(f)  details of possible measures to avoid or ameliorate the effect of the action.
(4)  An applicant may lodge a species impact statement with an application even if the action proposed is not on land that is critical habitat. In that event, the application need not include the information referred to in subsection (3).