National Parks And Wildlife Act 1974 Pdf
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E The legislation and type of agreement must be stated. The annexure itself must be identified as such. Each page must be numbered. The first and last pages and any alterations or additions must be signed by all parties. A consent furnished by any lessee, mortgagee, chargee or covenant chargee of a registered lease, mortgage, charge or covenant charge who agrees to be bound by the agreement will be filmed with the dealing.
A review of conservation legislation in Nepal: Past progress and future needs
Site header. Table Of Contents. Results: match 0 of 0 provisions. Previous Hit Next Hit. Return to search results Clear search. First Last. An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the establishment, preservation and management of national parks, historic sites and certain other areas and the protection of certain Aboriginal objects; to repeal the Wild Flowers and Native Plants Protection Act , the Fauna Protection Act , the National Parks and Wildlife Act and certain other enactments; to amend the Local Government Act and certain other Acts in certain respects; and for purposes connected therewith.
Part 1 Preliminary. Rep GG No of Ins No 66, Sch 1 1. Aboriginal area means lands dedicated as an Aboriginal area under this Act. Aboriginal heritage impact permit means a permit issued under Division 2 of Part 6. Aboriginal object means any deposit, object or material evidence not being a handicraft made for sale relating to the Aboriginal habitation of the area that comprises New South Wales, being habitation before or concurrent with or both the occupation of that area by persons of non-Aboriginal extraction, and includes Aboriginal remains.
Aboriginal owner board members , in relation to lands reserved or dedicated under Part 4A, means the Aboriginal owners who are members of the board of management for the lands. Aboriginal owners has the same meaning as in the Aboriginal Land Rights Act The term Aboriginal owners of land is defined in the Aboriginal Land Rights Act to mean the Aboriginal persons named as having a cultural association with the land in the Register of Aboriginal Owners kept under Division 3 of Part 9 of that Act.
Aboriginal person has the same meaning as in the Aboriginal Land Rights Act and Aboriginal people has a corresponding meaning. Aboriginal place means any place declared to be an Aboriginal place under section Act of means the National Parks and Wildlife Act Chief Executive means the Chief Executive of the Office.
Fund means the National Parks and Wildlife Fund referred to in section Office means the Office of Environment and Heritage. Service means the National Parks and Wildlife Service as referred to in section 6. State forest means a State forest within the meaning of the Forestry Act Valuer-General means the valuer-general appointed under the Valuation of Land Act The Interpretation Act contains definitions and other provisions that affect the interpretation and application of this Act.
Part 2 Administration. Division 1 National Parks and Wildlife Service. Subst No 38, Sch 1 . Am No 58, Sch 3. Rep No 36, Sch 6. Ins No , Sch 1 . Am No 41, Sch 1 . Ins No , Sch 1 . Am No 78, Sch 2. Rep No 38, Sch 1 . Subst No , Sch 1 . Am No 41, Sch 1 ; No 17, Sch 2. Division 2. Division 3 Ex-officio and honorary rangers. Division 4 Delegation. Part 3 Council and committees. Division 2 Advisory committees. Subst No , Sch 2 . Am No 83, Sch 1 ; No 38, Sch 1 .
The members of a Community Conservation Advisory Committee established under that Act are to include a member of the relevant regional advisory committee. Am No 58, Sch 1  . Am No 56, Sch Subst No , Sch 2 .
Division 4 Karst Management Advisory Committee. Ins No 83, Sch 1 . Am No 38, Sch 1 ; No 58, Sch 3. Part 4 Reservation of land. Division 1 Reservation of land. Am No 17, Sch 2. Am No 96, Sch 4. Division 2 Management principles. Am No 90, Sch 8 ; No 41, Sch 1 . Am No 90, Sch 8 ; No 41, Sch 1 . Am No 90, Sch 8 ; No 41, Sch 1 . Am No 90, Sch 8 ; No 41, Sch 1 .
Am No 90, Sch 8 ; No 41, Sch 1 . Am No 90, Sch 8 . Am No 90, Sch 8 ; No 41, Sch 1 . Division 3 National parks and historic sites. Rep No , Sch 1 . Rep No , Sch 1 . Subst No 71, Sch 1 2. Am No 29, Sch 5; No 5, Sch 2. Rep No 85, Sch 1. Division 4 State conservation areas. Subst No , Sch 1 . Renumbered No , Sch 1 .
Am No 46, Sch 1; No , Sch 1 . Subst No 58, Sch 1 . Am No , Sch 1   —; No 40, Sch 1. Rep No , Sch 1 . Subst No , Sch 1 . Rep No 58, Sch 1 . Am No 58, Sch 1  . Am No , Sch 1 . Am No , Sch 1  ; No 40, Sch 1. Am No , Sch 1. Am No , Sch 1  ; No 40, Sch 1.
Rep No 41, Sch 1 . Am No , Sch 1 ; No 40, Sch 1. Maximum penalty—5 penalty units. Subst No 58, Sch 1 . Am No , Sch 1 ; No 17, Sch 2. Subst No 58, Sch 1 .
Am No , Sch 1  . Rep No 58, Sch 1 . Ins No , Sch 1 . Am No 27, Sch 1. Lake Keepit,. Lake Glenbawn,. Burrinjuck but only in respect of such part of the Burrinjuck state recreation area as is specified by the Chief Executive by notice published in the Gazette on or before the commencement of this section.
Subst No 58, Sch 1 . Division 5 Regional parks.
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National Library of Australia. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. New South Wales. Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water. Aboriginal cultural heritage : consultation requirements for proponents : Part 6 National Parks and Wildlife Act Also available online.
Fund means the National Parks and Wildlife Fund referred to in section habitat includes habitat periodically or occasionally occupied by a species, population.
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Act II of Short title, extent and commencement. Appointment of officers. Powers of an honorary officer. Constitution of the Board. Functioning of the Board. Returns and statements.
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