Regulations 1998 No45 Energy Pipelines Amendment Regulations
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Energy Pipelines Amendment Regulations (b) by omitting from subsection (2) (d) "application." and substituting "application; and"; and (c) by adding at the end of subsection (2) the following: " (e) the effect that the grant of the licence would have or be likely to have on registered native title rights and interests.". 10. CONDITIONS OF LICENCE Section 17 of the Principal Act is amended (a) by omitting from subsection (2) (b) "licence; and" and substituting "licence;"; (b) by omitting from subsection (2) (c) "licensee." and substituting "licensee; and"; and (c) by adding at the end of subsection (2) the following: " (d) take the measures specified in the licence for the purpose of minimising the impact of the grant of the licence on registered native title rights and interests.". 11. APPLICATION TO VARY ROUTE AND LICENCE Section 21B of the Principal Act is amended (a) by omitting subsection. (2) (b) and substituting the following: " (b) each owner and occupier of land specified in the application, including (i) the registered native title claimants (if any) in relation to any affected land or waters; and (ii) the registered native title bodies corporate (if any) in relation to any affected land or waters; (ba) the representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander bodies (if any) in relation to any affected land or waters;"; and (b) by omitting subsection (4) . 4
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