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mining claim

n. a description by boundaries of real property in which metal ore and/or minerals may be located. A claim on public land must be filed with the Bureau of Land Management or other federal agency, and the claim must be "worked" by being mined or prepared for mining within a specific period of time.

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Today Ontario introduced legislation as part of the ongoing Mining Act Modernization process that, if passed, would improve how mining claims are registered and enhance the province's global competitiveness in the mining industry.
There are a total of 293 mining claims within the Angeles National Forest, of which almost 100 are abandoned or defunct, according to 2004 data compiled by the Washington D.
The completed studies targeted the areas of activity in relationship to the mining claims boundaries.
an assignment of a leasehold interest in some 138 mining claims that are approximately two miles south of Equinox Resources' Buckhorn mine, in Eureka County, Nev.
Nearly two out of every three active mining claims have been dropped because of a new $100 annual holding fee.
Aside from its mining/processing activities in Project Cagayan de Oro, the company is currently engaged in buying of gold ores, concentrates, and other semi-processed gold intermediates for processing in its gold processing plant, and is likewise actively evaluating new mining claims, in order to serve the substantial gold bullion requirement of the prospective buyer.
A new report by the nonprofit Environmental Working Group says there are more than 50,000 active mining claims on federal land near Western cities and towns, an increase of nearly 50 percent since 2003.
But when it came to developing institutions for how grazing lands are used or mining claims and water allocated, those were done peacefully.
5% interest in 28 patented lode mining claims and 105 unpatented lode mining claims.
According to Dave Shaver, chief of the geological resources division in the Natural Resources Program Center of the National Park Service (NPS), more than 4,000 abandoned mining claims exist within units of the park system--an estimated 1,200 alone in Mojave National Preserve in California--with more than 11,000 underground openings, 33,000 disturbed sites, and S,000 miles of access roads.
The North Pipes Super Project on the Arizona Strip (Mohave County, Arizona) consists of 356 federal lode mining claims in numerous target zones or "breccia pipes" believed to host uranium and other metals.
Murgor") to acquire a 100% interest in the Benoist property consisting of 98 mining claims.

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