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Crown Minerals Act 1991

Crown Minerals Act 1991

evaluation of allocation and pricing regimes.

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Published by Resources Policy, Energy and Resources Division in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand.,
  • New Zealand
    • Subjects:
    • Mineral lands -- New Zealand.,
    • Crown lands -- New Zealand.,
    • Public lands -- New Zealand.,
    • Mining leases -- New Zealand.,
    • Mining law -- New Zealand,
    • Concessions -- New Zealand.,
    • Mines and mineral resources -- Government policy -- New Zealand.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesEvaluation of allocation and pricing regimes.
      ContributionsNew Zealand. Ministry of Commerce. Resources Policy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1120.5.Z63 C76 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1032348M
      ISBN 100478002211
      LC Control Number93225474
      OCLC/WorldCa31816371

      The Law Society has released its comments on the Ministry of Economic Development’s Review of the Crown Minerals Act Regime, discussion paper, March While saying it supports the general aims of the paper, the Law Society says the concerns it expressed two years ago about powers to amend Schedule 4 remain. An Act to amend the Crown Minerals Act BE IT ENACTED by the Parliament of New Zealand as follows: 1. Short TitleThis Act may be cited as the Crown Minerals Amendment. Act , and shall be read together with and deemed part of the Crown. Minerals Act (hereinafter referred to as the principal Act). 2.

      Brookers Resource Management. Brookers Resource Management began as a three-volume updating looseleaf subscription service in Now available online as well as on DVD, its key content is revised and up-to-date commentary and legislation primarily relating to the Resource Management Act , Crown Minerals Act , and Hazardous Substances and New . Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle .

      Once the strategy is finalised it will be used to inform a review of the Crown Minerals Act Meanwhile, MBIE’s annual report also shows Crown mineral royalties in the last financial year. 3 CROWN MINERAL ROYALTY C REG 29 CHAPTER C REG 29 The Crown Minerals Act PART I Preliminary Matters Title 1 These regulations may be cited as The Crown Mineral Royalty Regulations. Interpretation 2(1) In these regulations: (a) “Act” means The Crown Minerals Act; (b) “affiliate” means an affiliated body corporate within the meaning of subsection 2(2) of File Size: KB.


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Crown Minerals Act 1991 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Restrictions on prospecting or exploring for, or mining, Crown owned minerals. Other legal requirements not affected. Minerals owned by the Crown.

Petroleum, gold, silver, and uranium. Minerals reserved to Crown. Minerals programmes. Purpose of minerals programme [Repealed] Minerals programmes. Application of minerals programmes.

Get this from a library. A Guide to the Crown Minerals Act [New Zealand. Ministry of Commerce. Resources Policy.;]. Crown Minerals Act Public Act (as enacted by section 18 of the Crown Minerals Amendment Act ), means the minerals programme that for the time being applies to the permit under clause 3 of Schedule 1: (b) in relation to a permit granted on or after the commencement of section Get this from a library.

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I made the following changes. Introduction to permits under the Crown Minerals Act MINERALS GUIDELINES JUNE MB / MINERALS GUIDELINES INTRODUCTION TO PERMITS UNDER THE CROWN MINERALS ACT PAGE 2 NEW PERMITS A permit is required before any person can prospect, explore, or mine Crown-owned minerals.

Unless a permit is a non-exclusive. The closing date for submissions is Friday, 22 June Have your say on the Crown Minerals Amendment Bill. The bill makes changes to the Crown Minerals Act with its policy objective being to maintain the effectiveness and efficiency of the permitting regime established by the Act.

The legislative framework for prospecting, exploration and mining Crown-owned minerals in New Zealand is set out in the Crown Minerals Act The Crown Minerals Act (the Act) Under the Act, a permit is required to prospect, explore, or mine for minerals that are part of the Crown Mineral Estate, including gold, silver and petroleum.

This bill contains amendments to the Crown Minerals Act The policy objective of this bill is to maintain the effectiveness and efficiency of the permitting regime established by the Act.

Member in charge. Land and natural resources are at the core of conflicts between Indigenous peoples and Settlers in settler-colonial nations.

This article explores the coloniality of natural resource law in the context of the New Zealand Crown Minerals Act (CMA) Block Offer process; the annual tender process for mineral prospecting and exploration. While there is Cited by: 1. ‘Review of the Crown Minerals Act Regime – Discussion paper’, dated March Introduction BusinessNZ welcomes the review of the Crown Minerals Act This is the first substantive review since its enactment and is long overdue.

The discussion paper contains many good ideas that could, if worked through in. The Crown Minerals (Permitting and Crown Land) Bill was introduced into Parliament l ate last week.

The prospect of reforming the Crown Minerals Act (the "Act") was first raised in the Petroleum Action Plan released by the Government in Novemberand this Bill seeks to deliver on one of the key initiatives set out in the Action Plan intended to facilitate.

The Crown Minerals (Permitting and Crown Land) Bill, an omnibus bill, was introduced to amend the Crown Minerals Actthe Conservation Actthe Continental Shelf Actthe Reserve Act and the Wildlife Act The key changes to. The Crown Minerals Act and the Resource Management Act were intended to provide a comprehensive and integrated regime for the management of natural and physical resources.

Whether these two acts achieve this goal with respect to minerals is the subject of this thesis. Gold Uranium Petroleum Silver Owned by the Crown under the Crown Minerals Act ) Water column. 6 Customary marine title and protected customary rights TWO PATHWAYS, SAME OUTCOME The Act provides two ways for iwi, hapū or whānau to apply to have their customary rights recognised under the Act:File Size: KB.

Advice regarding mining acts on property title; Results 1 to 2 of 2 Thread: Private Message Freshie Join Date Jul Posts Advice regarding mining acts on property title Subject to Section 11 Crown Minerals Act Thanks in advance. The Mines and Minerals Act. Table of Contents.

#N#Bilingual (PDF) (Assented to J ) HER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, enacts as follows: INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION. 1 (1) In this Act, "advanced exploration project" means. (a) excavation of an exploration shaft, adit or decline.

Submission on the Review of the Crown Minerals Act Regime 1. Vector Limited (“Vector”) welcomes the opportunity to make this submission on the Ministry of Economic Development’s (“MED”) Discussion Paper, Review of the Crown Minerals Act Regime (“the CMA Review”), dated March 2. The Minerals Programmes are important as they provide further context and give operational effect to the Crown Minerals Act (the Act), including a number of the new provisions in the Bill.

We believe the changes proposed in the new Minerals Programmes are likely to be more far reaching, in an operational and practical sense, than the. For the first time since the introduction of the Crown Minerals Act ina miner has been prosecuted for providing false or misleading information in relation to the amount of gold production declared.

Historical Versions of Resource Management Act ; Crown Minerals Act ; Media Types. Looseleaf. A one off book and contents charge will apply for initial set up which covers the cost of the binder(s) and all current looseleaf content to date.S.M.c.

9. Bill 6, 2 nd Session, "disposition" means disposition as defined in The Crown Lands Act. Reservation of minerals. 4(2) of The Crown Lands Act includes the granting of surface rights and the holder of a claim in or on the .The Crown Minerals Act Section 61 Access arrangements in respect of Crown land (1) The appropriate Minister may, by agreement, enter into an access arrangement in respect of Crown land.

(1A) The Minister of Conservation must not accept any application for an access arrangement or.