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To be used by the Proponent when issuing an 'Activity Notice' under the NSHA.
To be used by SWALSC or the Noongar Regional Corporations when issuing an ‘Activity Notice Response’ as per clause 8.3 of the NSHA.
To be used when there is an intention to lodge a sections 16 or 18 application under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972.
This template is to be used by the proponent when engaging the Aboriginal Heritage Service Provider*.
*Aboriginal heritage service providers are usually a company or person(s) who are appropriately qualified in a discipline directly relevant to the management of Aboriginal cultural heritage such as anthropology, archaeology, history or a related discipline and/or someone who has the cultural authority and heritage knowledge for the land in question. The template contract sets out the obligations of the Aboriginal heritage service provider when conducting an Aboriginal heritage survey under the NSHA. The contract mirrors relevant NSHA obligations to ensure outcomes are consistent with the requirements detailed in the NSHA.
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