mineral right


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mineral right

[′min·rəl ‚rīt]
(mining engineering)
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I am a landowner and the mineral rights have been reserved by another party, is this a problem?
I strongly believe that the issue of Mines and Mineral Rights also deserves to be reviewed in the hope that the threat posed by these out-dated rights can be removed in future.
A lot of them sold those mineral rights to survive and to eat and to keep their land," Turner said.
Having previously explored the underlying mineral rights for production as far back as 2006, the Company has had a long-standing connection to these properties," commented A.
When the federal government purchased land for the forest in the 1920s, there was little acquisition of mineral rights, so the owners of those mineral rights can still come in and drill for oil and gas.
George Carder of the Carder Law Firm in Searcy has helped negotiate contracts on behalf of mineral rights owners.
Despite the potential problem, the opportunity to take advantage of the mineral rights occurred because the ACS relied on experts with a background in oil and gas.
A drastically reduced, coloured map of "Inuit Owned Lands in Nunavut" on the inside of the front cover does justice to the surface and mineral rights land locations.
An environmental buyout is basically a swap--money for land, money for mineral rights, land for land, land for mineral rights.
Grasping at Independence: Debt, Male Authority, and Mineral Rights in Appalachian Kentucky, 1850-1915.
For example, Anglo American and Gencor recently announced that, as a result of a grand-scale mineral rights swap, an additional 230 tonnes of gold will be made obtainable.
In 1981, Alfred Eide made gifts of mineral rights, which he valued at $14,769 on his federal gift tax return.