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Nature Conservation Act 1992 - SECT 134

134 Records to be maintained by registrar 134 Records to be maintained by registrar
(1) The chief executive must, within 14 days after—
(a) a registrable conservation agreement is entered into; or
(b) a nature refuge is declared under section 49; or
(c) an area is identified under a regulation or conservation plan as, or including—
(i) a critical habitat; or
(ii) an area of major interest;
give written notice to the registrar that the agreement has been entered into, the declaration made, or the regulation made or plan approved, in relation to specified private land.
(2) The registrar must maintain records that—
(a) show that the land specified in the notice is—
(i) the subject of a registrable conservation agreement; or
(ii) subject to a conservation covenant; or
(iv) the subject of a regulation or conservation plan identifying the land as, or being part of, an area that is or includes a critical habitat or area of major interest; and
(b) state the places where—
(i) particulars of the agreement; or
(ii) particulars of the conservation covenant applying to the declaration; or
(iv) the regulation or conservation plan identifying the land as, or being part of, an area that is or includes a critical habitat or area of major interest;
may be inspected.
(3) The registrar must maintain the records in such a way that a search of the register maintained by the registrar under any Act relating to the land will show the existence of—
(a) the registrable conservation agreement; or
(b) the conservation covenant; or
(d) the regulation or conservation plan identifying the land as, or being part of, an area that is or includes a critical habitat or area of major interest.
(4) The chief executive must, within 14 days after—
(a) a registrable conservation agreement is terminated; or
(b) the declaration of a protected area is revoked; or
(c) a conservation plan is revoked; or
(d) a regulation or conservation plan identifying an area as, or including, a critical habitat or area of major interest is—
(i) repealed; or
(ii) amended to remove the whole or part of the area from the operation of the regulation or conservation plan;
give written notice to the registrar of the termination, repeal or amendment.
(5) The registrar must, on receipt of a notice under subsection (4), remove the particulars of the land from the registrar's records.
(6) In this section—
private land means land other than State land.
registrable conservation agreement means a conservation agreement expressed to be binding on the landholder's successors in title and other persons who have an interest in the land the subject of the agreement.


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