(1) Any provision of this Act that operates in relation to an exotic pest or disease, to the extent that it confers any function or power that may be exercised in relation to plants or plant products applies to all plants or plant products whatever their status and whether or not the property of the Crown or any other person.
(2) Without limiting subsection (1), any provision of this Act that operates in relation to an exotic pest or disease applies to any plant and plant product—
(a) that is protected or otherwise dealt with under any Act; or
(b) the care, control, management or supervision of which is vested by any Act in the Crown or any statutory authority or other person.
(3) It is not necessary for the validity of any order under this Part for the destruction, confinement or other control or treatment of, or otherwise affecting, any plant or plant product, or for the exercise of any other power conferred by this Act in relation to an exotic pest or disease to obtain the consent of any person or body or to meet any requirements other than the requirements of this Act.
Division 2—Declared areas