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Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 No 101
Current version for 14 July 2017 to date (accessed 21 August 2017 at 12:38)
Part 7 Division 2 Section 123
123   Contents of joint management agreements
(1)  A joint management agreement is to contain terms, binding on all parties, that:
(a)  identify the threatened species, population or ecological community to which the agreement applies, and
(b)  identify the action that it manages, controls, regulates or restricts, and
(c)  state its objective (for example, maintenance of a habitat in a state that will contribute to the long-term survival of the species, population or ecological community), and
(d)  state the way in which the objective is to be achieved, and
(e)  specify the measures by which progress towards achieving the objective is to be assessed, and
(f)  identify the parties who are responsible for the implementation of those measures.
(2)  A joint management agreement entered into with a council or a consent authority (within the meaning of the Planning Act) is void to the extent to which it fetters any discretion of the council or consent authority in the granting or refusal of a consent or approval under the Planning Act or the Local Government Act 1993.