The Offshore Constitutional Settlement OCS is a legal arrangement between the Commonwealth and State Governments, and defines control over the fisheries which operate off each State of Australia. For the Western Australian coast, the first set of arrangements took effect in 1987. The OCS of 1995 specifies five arrangements, under which the fisheries inside the 200 nautical mile approximately 370 km limit of the Australian Fishing Zone AFZ come under either State, Commonwealth, or joint control.
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Brayford, H G, and Lyon, G E. (1996), Offshore Constitutional Settlement 1995. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Article No. 77.
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