miner's right


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miner's right

[′mīn·ərz ‚rīt]
(mining engineering)
An annual permit from the government to occupy and work mineral land.
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Conduct a headquarters review of all miner discrimination complaint investigations, which will "provide an added level of accountability for the discrimination investigation process and will demonstrate MSHA's commitment to protecting a miner's right to report health and safety hazards without fear of retaliation.
Mr L'Estrange said the Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) had issued more than 17,000 Miner's Rights prospecting permits in Western Australia in the past five years.
Most important, a miner's rights in a house were dependent on continued employment in good standing.