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Mineral Development Act (Northern Ireland) 1969

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13Working of mines and minerals by licensees and duty to give information respecting minerals.F1N.I.

(1)Without prejudice to any power conferred under section 11(1)( b), the licensee under a prospecting licence shall work mines and minerals only to such extent as is reasonably necessary for enabling him to ascertain the existence, character, extent or value of the mines and minerals to which his licence relates, and shall not sell or otherwise dispose of minerals worked by him except for the purpose of ascertaining the character or value thereof.

(2)The licensee shall cause to be quantified (by weighing or in such other manner as the Ministry may approve) all minerals worked by him and shall keep records in the prescribed manner of all minerals worked or sold or otherwise disposed of by him, and shall produce such records for inspection by any authorised officer of the Ministry, when so required.

(3)The licensee shall keep the Ministry informed of any knowledge gained by him as to the existence, character, extent or value of mines and minerals in the lands to which the licence relates and of the result of any analysis, test, trial or experiment carried out by him or on his behalf in relation to such minerals.

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