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Heritage Agreement Wa

Aboriginal service providers are generally a company or person directly qualified in a discipline directly relevant to the management of Aboriginal heritage, such as anthropology, archaeology, history or associated discipline, and/or a person with cultural authority and heritage knowledge for the country concerned. The model contract defines the obligations of the Aboriginal legacy service provider when conducting an Aboriginal heritage investigation under the NSHA. The contract reflects relevant NSHA commitments to ensure that the results are consistent with the requirements set out in the NSHA. Prior to the development of the proposal, local governments are encouraged to follow key elements of the NSHA`s cultural heritage, including: if a land user of the VA government has an existing agreement on the cultural heritage with which he wishes to pursue, he does not have to conclude NSHA. In addition, an existing convention on historical monuments can be replaced by the NSHA (to the extent that it covers the same object) by listing the existing agreement in the NSHA Schedule 2. WALGA and SWALSC recognize, however, that a consistent approach to Aboriginal heritage in the residential area is important to all. The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) is required to apply the condition of Article 18 of each ILUA`s cultural heritage calendar when seniority is granted. The condition provides that seniority holders must enter into a heritage agreement or NSHA with the Noongar group of agreements concerned before rights can be exercised. The registration holder must submit a registered declaration of law (see schedules and schedules of Schedule U of South West Title Land Use Agreements) to demonstrate compliance with this condition. Appendix 5 of the Noongar Standard Heritage Agreement sets out the costs normally associated with an Aboriginal heritage investigation. This includes royalty rates for: the VA government encourages all land users to consider using the NSHA when their planned land use activity takes place within the area and an Aboriginal heritage survey is required. It is recommended that an NSHA be included in an “activity release” and that an “activity notification” be issued under the NSHA where there is a risk that an activity will “act” unlawfully (para. For example, dig, damage, destroy or modify an Aboriginal site in one way or another.

The VA government`s duty of care guidelines for Aboriginal heritage included in the NSHA contain guidelines for assessing potential risks to Aboriginal heritage. As of June 8, 2015 (implementation of ILUAs), the NSHA must be completed by users of the VA government territory if an investigation into the Aboriginal heritage of the settlement area is required and there is no existing agreement on cultural heritage. For more information, please contact the Landesdenkmalamt on (08) 6552 4000 or, in regional areas, 1800 52 4000, info@stateheritage.wa.gov.au or see www.stateheritage.wa.gov.au. DMIRS is required to apply the condition of Article 18 of Schedule 10 of each ILUA for heritage after the granting of an oil distributor. The condition provides that seniority holders must enter into a heritage agreement or NSHA with the Noongar group of agreements concerned before rights can be exercised. The NSHA defines an Aboriginal Heritage Survey as a: Browse AHIS through “registered sites” or “other heritage sites” using the drop-down category “Native Title SW Settlement ILUA” – AHIS contains the register of Aboriginal sites and objects. LAND users of WA Government, including departments, agencies and instrumentalities, are required to enter into an NSHA with the corresponding Noongar Agreement Group when conducting an Aboriginal Heritage Survey in an ILUA area, unless they have already reached a cultural heritage agreement.