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HERITAGE ACT 1977 - SECT 29
Commencement, duration and revocation of IHOs
29 Commencement, duration and revocation of IHOs
(1) An interim heritage order takes effect on the date of publication of the
order in the Gazette.
(2) An interim heritage order remains in force for 12
months or such shorter period as may be specified in the order, unless it is
(3) The Minister may revoke an interim heritage order made by
the Minister or by a council.
(4) A council may revoke an
interim heritage order that the council has made (but cannot revoke one made
by the Minister or by another council).
(5) When an interim heritage order is
revoked, the Minister (in the case of an order revoked by the Minister) or the
council that revoked the order (in the case of an order revoked by a council)
is to do or cause the following to be done--
(a) notice of the revocation of
the order is to be published in the Gazette,
(b) as soon as possible after
the notice of revocation is published in the Gazette, notice of the revocation
of the order is to be given to the Chairperson and to each person who appears
to the Minister or the council to be an affected owner or occupier,
within 7 days after notice of the revocation of the order is published in the
Gazette, notice of the revocation of the order is to be published in a manner
that the Minister or the council is satisfied is likely to bring the notice to
the attention of members of the public in the area in which the item is
(6) The listing of an item on the State Heritage Register revokes
any interim heritage order in respect of that item.
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