Mining Act definition

Mining Act means the Mining Act 1904;
Mining Act means the Mining Act 1978;
Mining Act means the Mining Act 1978 (WA).

Examples of Mining Act in a sentence

  • The Mining Act 1992 also requires prospecting title holders to serve notice of the making of an access arrangement on any registered mortgagees, within 14 days of making the arrangement (section 142A).

  • General Immunity of Landholders The Mining Act 1992 provides landholders with general immunity against actions arising as a consequence of the actions of title holders on their land.

  • The definition of “agricultural land” is contained in Schedule, 2 clause 1 of the Mining Act 1992.

  • Exploration licences and assessment leases are referred to collectively in this document and some sections of the Mining Act 1992 as "prospecting titles".

  • In addition to informing the landholder of their intention to seek an arrangement, the notice must contain a plan and description of the area of land over which access is sought and a description of the prospecting methods intended to be used (section 142).Recent amendments to the Mining Act 1992 provide greater flexibility with respect to access arrangements.


More Definitions of Mining Act

Mining Act means the Mining Act 1978 (WA);
Mining Act means the Mining Act 1904 and the amendments thereto and the regulations made thereunder as in force on the 31st day of December, 1981; ”;
Mining Act means the Mining Act 1904‑1950 and the regulations for the time being in force thereunder save as modified or as otherwise provided by this Agreement.
Mining Act means the Mining Act 1978; ”;
Mining Act means the U.S. General Mining Act of 1872, also known as the Mining Law of 1872, as amended;
Mining Act means the Mining Act 1904 ;
Mining Act means (unless a contrary intention is expressed) the Mining Act 1904 and the amendments thereto and the regulations made thereunder as in force at the date of execution of this Agreement;