Currently, there is no bilateral authorization agreement. (a) the remedy declared in a contract is, in accordance with Section 306A, which does not have to be authorized for the purposes of the provision pursuant to Part 9; And after a long wait, New South Wales now has a bilateral agreement dealing with its new biodiversity legislation. (c) a bilaterally approved administrative agreement or a bilaterally accredited authorisation procedure for the purposes of a bilateral agreement. (b) is subsequently satisfied that the state or territory that is a party to the agreement will respect the agreement and make it effective in a manner that: b) the remedy is part of a series of actions declared by a bilateral agreement between the Commonwealth and the State or territory, so as not to require the authorization provided for Part 9 for the purposes of the provision (because the measure is authorized in accordance with an administrative agreement or procedure , it is a bilaterally agreed administrative arrangement or a bilaterally approved authorisation procedure for the purposes of the bilateral agreement; and (i) the first decision was that the measure was not a controlled measure, as it was a bilateral agreement and an administrative agreement or approval procedure, which is a bilaterally approved administrative agreement or a bilaterally approved authorisation procedure for the purposes of the agreement; NSW and the Australian government have entered into a bilateral agreement under the EPBC Act, which provides for the establishment of a one-stop shop for environmental impact assessment in NSW. The bilateral agreement accredits certain NSW assessment processes that allow the Australian Minister of the Environment to use NSW`s environmental impact assessment procedures to assess EPBC measures. (i) bilateral agreements with states and territories; and (3) An agreement stipulating that Division 5 of Part 8 (on public environmental reports) must apply to an action may address how the Minister will exercise his power: (b) the agreement was not effective or not in a manner that authorizes: (a) the Minister intends to develop a draft amendment to a bilateral agreement (main agreement); and the proposed bilateral approval agreement provides for accreditation of procedures in New South Wales for approval of proposed measures that would otherwise be reviewed by the Australian government for approval under the EPBC Act. Only a decision that determines the granting of the authorization is made by New South Wales, which is responsible for national environmental issues and issues. Prior to the signing of the revised bilateral agreement, NSW`s projects, particularly larger projects approved under the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act of 1979 and the EPBC Act, were evaluated separately by NSW and Australian regulators through various processes. (a) the state or the autonomous territory that is a party to the agreement; or the Australian government can enter into bilateral agreements with any state.