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Type: Article
Title: Chain of Responsibility
Authors: McCullough Robertson
Tags: Chain of Responsibility Act
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Queensland
Abstract: LOCAL GOVERNMENT: CHAIN of Responsibility Act. Environmental clean-up costs can now rest with ‘significant’ financial beneficiaries of a project, even where they don’t have site access or an influence over the activities. They can rest with someone who in the past two years has been in a position to influence environmental compliance, and they can climb the corporate tree.
Description: Article
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