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ABORIGINAL HERITAGE ACT 2006 - SECT 64

When does a plan approved by a registered Aboriginal party take effect?

    (1)     Subject to subsection (2), a cultural heritage management plan takes effect as an approved cultural heritage management plan when—

        (a)     it is approved by each registered Aboriginal party to which an application is required to be made under section 62; and

        (b)     the sponsor lodges the following with the Secretary

              (i)     a copy of the plan; and

              (ii)     a copy of each notice of approval received by the sponsor under section 63(1)(b).

    (2)     If the approval of more than one registered Aboriginal party is required in relation to a cultural heritage management plan and one or more of those parties fails to comply with section 63(1) within the required time and each of the other registered Aboriginal parties has approved the plan, the plan takes effect as an approved cultural heritage management plan when the sponsor lodges the following with the Secretary

        (a)     a copy of the plan; and

        (b)     a copy of each notice of approval received by the sponsor under section 63(1)(b).



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