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Update on Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2006 & Regulations

Update on Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2006 & Regulations

Date & TimeTuesday 25 February 2020 5–6pm
Format Seminar, Webcast
Price

Member

$88.00

Non-Member

$121.00

CPD Units 1
  • Substantive Law
Venue LIV, Level 13, 140 William Street, Melbourne View Map

CLC Member Price: $66

Many lawyers may not be aware that carrying out a development without an approved cultural heritage management plan where required is now a criminal offence. Don’t get caught unprepared. A thorough working knowledge of this development is critical for those advising developers and public land managers. This seminar provides an overview of recent changes to the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 and corresponding regulations, as well as a case law update on decision relating to Cultural Heritage Management Plans (CHMPs).

Further details below.

Further Details

  • Full Description

    Many lawyers may not be aware that carrying out a development without an approved cultural heritage management plan where required is now a criminal offence. Don’t get caught unprepared. A thorough working knowledge of this development is critical for those advising developers and public land managers. This seminar provides an overview of recent changes to the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 and corresponding regulations, as well as a case law update on decision relating to Cultural Heritage Management Plans (CHMPs).

    Topics covered include:

    • New offences, penalties and defences
    • Key aspects of the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2018
    • Preliminary Aboriginal Heritage Tests
    • Cultural Heritage Management Plans
    • Exemptions from the need for a CHMP
    • Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Agreements
    • Intangible Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Agreements
    • Recent case law regarding CHMPs

    Please be reminded you can attend in person or via webcast.

  • Presenter

    Barnaby McIlrath, Principal, PE Law, Accredited Specialist, Planning & Environment

    Barnaby is an Accredited Specialist in planning and environment law. With 17 years experience appearing before VCAT and Planning Panels Victoria. Until 2018 he was Special Counsel in Maddocks Planning and Environment Group. In 2019 he established his own practice PE Law, based in Footscray.

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