New South Wales Consolidated Acts
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BIOLOGICAL CONTROL ACT 1985 - SECT 11
(1) Where a person considers that organisms of a particular kind are causing
harm in the State and are, or are likely to be, controllable by biological
means, the person may make an application to the Authority for a declaration
that organisms of that kind are target organisms for the purposes of this Act.
(2) A target application shall be in writing signed:
(a) in the case of an
application by a natural person--by the applicant, or
(b) in any other
case--by a natural person authorized by the applicant to do so.
target application in relation to organisms of a particular kind shall set
(a) particulars identifying the organisms,
(b) particulars of the
reasons why the organisms are considered to be causing harm in the State,
particulars of the reasons why the applicant considers that the organisms are,
or are likely to be, controllable by biological means, and
(d) such other
particulars (if any) as are prescribed.
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