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HERITAGE ACT 1977 - SECT 63A
Deferred commencement approvals
(1) An approval may be granted subject to a condition that it is not to
operate until the applicant for the approval satisfies the approval body as to
any matter specified in the condition (a
"deferred commencement approval" ).
(2) Nothing in this Act prevents a person
from doing such things as may be necessary to comply with the condition.
A deferred commencement approval must be clearly identified as a
deferred commencement approval (whether by the use of that expression or by
reference to this section or otherwise).
(4) A deferred commencement approval
must clearly distinguish conditions concerning matters as to which the
approval body must be satisfied before the approval can operate from any other
(5) An approval body may specify the period within which the
applicant must produce evidence to the approval body sufficient enough to
enable it to be satisfied as to those matters.
(6) The applicant may produce
evidence to the approval body sufficient to enable it to be satisfied as to
those matters and, if the approval body has specified a period for the
purpose, the evidence must be produced within that period.
(7) If the
applicant produces evidence in accordance with this section, the approval body
must notify the applicant whether or not it is satisfied as to the relevant
(8) If the approval body has not notified the applicant within the
period of 28 days after the applicant's evidence is produced to it, the
approval body is, for the purposes only of sections 70 and 70A, taken to have
notified the applicant that it is not satisfied as to those matters on the
date on which that period expires.
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