Agreement: the Murray-Darling Agreement, as defined from time to time in accordance with this agreement and Schedule 1. 2. The Committee may decide whether and, if so, what: (c) all the rights and powers of a construction authority, including the right to receive a payment in accordance with point 78, for all that it has been authorized to obtain from the Authority; and (6) The Authority must report on the management of accounting in the manner and times specified in the heritage agreement. (a) implement an agreement between the Commonwealth and one or more states; and (17) The scope and duration of the exercise of progressive power must be limited to what is reasonable to deal with the circumstances that lead to the exercise of progressive power. 2. The share of the cost of a work or collective action attributable to a contracting government in accordance with paragraph 48, paragraph 1, may be changed by an agreement under Clause 23. (c) the Authority`s opinion on any additional work or measures that may be necessary, desirable or timely to achieve the objective of the basin. (a) may enter the territory of the failed contracting government to do whatever the Authority has authorized to do; (c) where the agreement covers the environmental waters conserved in the Murray Darling Basin, of which the Authority is a member. b) if an agreement is not possible, by the Authority. (a) Where an intergovernmental transfer, known as exchange rate exchange or exchange, involves water in a tributary of the Murray River, the recovery of state mineral water associated with that water falls within the agreement between the States concerned. (a) followed the procedure provided for in subsections 2 to 13 or the procedure which is amended by a written agreement between the Minister and the State of the basin concerned; and (3) The heritage agreement cannot be inconsistent with a provision of this agreement. Note: Contracting governments take note of the agreement they reached in May 2006 to maintain at least in real terms their contributions to the Murray-Darling Basin Commission for the four years to 2010-11.
Contracting governments re-commit to this agreement in order to make their financial contributions to the Authority until the end of 2010-11 for tasks previously carried out by the Authority by the Murray Darling Basin Commission.