Introduction

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Heritage is generally understood as those unique places and objects that are valued by communities for their historic, spiritual, cultural, ecological or evolutionary value. In the ACT, both Commonwealth and ACT legislation cover the protection of heritage places and objects. This chapter sets out a brief overview of the key features of those schemes.

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