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."
Most important, a miner's rights in a house were dependent on continued employment in good standing.