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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Repealed version for 18 August 2017 to 24 August 2017 (accessed 25 September 2017 at 03:33)
Part 7AA Division 6 Section 126Z
126Z   Parties to biodiversity certification
(1)  The Minister may, in an order conferring biodiversity certification, identify the party or parties to the biodiversity certification.
(2)  The following persons or body may be identified as parties to a biodiversity certification:
(a)  the planning authority, or planning authorities, that applied for the biodiversity certification,
(b)  any person or body proposed by the applicant as a party to the biodiversity certification who consents to being made a party to the biodiversity certification.
(3)  After biodiversity certification is conferred, the Minister may, by further order published in the Gazette, identify a person or body as a party to the biodiversity certification (in addition to, or in substitution for, any person or body previously identified as a party), but only if the person or body to be identified as a party consents to being made a party to the biodiversity certification.
(4)  The regulations may make further provision for the circumstances in which a person or body may be identified as a party to a biodiversity certification in addition to, or in substitution for, another person or body.
(5)  Subject to the regulations, this section applies to an order extending or modifying biodiversity certification in the same way as it applies to an order conferring biodiversity certification.
(6)  Consent to being made a party to a biodiversity certification cannot be withdrawn by a person or body after the person or body has been made a party to the biodiversity certification.