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ABORIGINAL HERITAGE ACT 2006 - SECT 110

Notices relating to declarations

    (1)     This section applies to an Aboriginal place that is subject to an interim protection declaration or an ongoing protection declaration.

    (2)     A relevant registered Aboriginal party may cause notices to be placed on or near the Aboriginal place which indicate that the place is subject to the interim protection declaration or ongoing protection declaration.

    (3)     If there is no relevant registered Aboriginal party, the Secretary may cause notices to be placed on or near the Aboriginal place which indicate that the place is subject to the interim protection declaration or ongoing protection declaration.

    (4)     A relevant registered Aboriginal party or the Secretary (as the case requires) may authorise any person to enter the Aboriginal place for the purpose of placing a notice under this section or repairing, replacing or removing a notice placed under this section.

    (5)     A person authorised under subsection (4) may enter the Aboriginal place for the purpose of placing a notice under this section or repairing, replacing or removing a notice placed under this section.

    (6)     A person must not destroy, damage, remove or interfere with a notice fixed under this section without the authorisation of the relevant registered Aboriginal party or the Secretary.

Penalty:     In the case of a natural person, 10 penalty units;

In the case of a body corporate, 50 penalty units.

Note to s. 110(6) inserted by No. 11/2016 s. 134(1).

Note

Section 187A applies to an offence against this subsection.


Part 8—Disputes regarding Aboriginal cultural heritage

Division 1—Disputes regarding cultural heritage management plans

Subdivision 1—Alternative dispute resolution

S. 111 substituted by No. 11/2016 s. 72.



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