mining lease


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mining lease

[′mīn·iŋ ‚lēs]
(mining engineering)
A contract to work a mine and extract mineral or other deposits from it under specified conditions. Also known as mineral lease.
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DMG previously had renewed 13 mining leases sanctioned by the state government.
We have listened to the concerns of landholders and have amended the Bill to ensure adjoining landholders are notified of an application for a mining lease and will continue to have a right to object to that application.
Alta has identified reserves of 1,473,000 tons of ore containing 54,501 ounces of gold on that portion of the Slaven Canyon property not included in the Mining Lease with Cyprus.
The Goa Bench of Bombay High Court s last week order has provided some relief to the owners of 28 mining leases in the State.
In a written reply in the Rajya Sabha today, Shri Vishnu Deo Sai has said that Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Plant (VISP) at Bhadravathi, Karnataka, SAIL/VISP had also applied for iron ore mining lease over an extent of 245.
There is absolutely no room for doubt about the legality of the mining lease.
Under the terms of the Agreement, Lake Shore will acquire a 100% interest in the mining lease on the Property by making cash payments totaling $150,000, payable over two years, and incurring exploration expenditures of $500,000 over three years.
The MoEF stated, Renewal of mining lease is to be treated as grant of fresh lease under the Forest (Conservation) Act 1980.
Tenders are invited for Conducting Dgps Survey Of Amalgamated Mining Lease Boundary Pillars 144 Nos.
The Mining Lease for mineral development and the Surface Lease, covering the entire footprint of the mine and related infrastructure, have been issued by the Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources.
Work is focused on step-out drilling along the western edge of the Neves deposit on the Neves-Corvo mining lease.
On 20 December 2013, the Queensland Court of Appeal overturned the trial court's controversial decision that 'land' the subject of a mining lease was not 'land' for the purpose of the BCIP Act.

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