National Trust of Australia (New South Wales) Act 1990 (NSW) - Level 5

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This Act makes provisions with respect to the constitution, objects and functions of the National Trust of Australia.

The principal objects of the Trust are to acquire, control, maintain, protect, and preserve for the benefit of the public generally land, buildings, works, structures, and articles of beauty or of national, historical, antiquarian, scientific, artistic, architectural, or cultural interest (including Aboriginal relics, Aboriginal rock carvings, and Aboriginal rock paintings and archaeological sites), and to protect and preserve the natural features of, and to conserve the flora and fauna on, any land acquired by or under control of the Trust.

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