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Minerals (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (Northern Ireland) 1959

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART I Geological Survey of Northern Ireland

    1. 1.Administration of Geological Survey of Northern Ireland.

    2. 2.Appointment of officers and servants.

    3. 3.Powers of Ministry.

    4. 4.Ministry to be given notice of mineral prospecting or development work and of shafts, boreholes, etc.

    5. 5.Authorised officer.

  3. PART II Mineral Rights

    1. 6.Transfer of certain functions and right to the Ministry.

    2. S. 7 rep. by 1969 c. 35 (NI)

    3. 8.Merging orders.

    4. Ss. 9‐17 rep. by 1962 c. 30 (NI); 1969 c....

    5. S. 18(1) rep. with saving by 1969 c. 35 (NI);...

    6. S. 19 rep. by 1969 c. 35 (NI)

  4. PART III Mines and Quarries

    1. Ss. 20, 21 rep. by 1969 c. 6 (NI)

    2. S. 22 rep. by 1983 NI 4

    3. Repeals, etc.

      1. S. 23(1) rep. by SLR 1973; subs. (2) spent

      2. 24.Short title.




      1. 1.In the construction and for the purposes of any enactment, judgment, decree, order, award, deed,...

      2. 2.The transfer shall not affect any order, regulation, rule, appointment, direction, approval, requirement or authorisation...

      3. 3.Anything commenced before the commencement of this Act, by or under the authority of the...

      4. 4.Where at the commencement of this Act any legal proceeding has reference to any of...

      5. 5.All property, rights and liabilities held, enjoyed or incurred before the commencement of this Act...

      6. 6.In this Schedule “transferor” means— (a) in relation to functions transferred to the Ministry under...

    2. Second and Third Schedules rep. by 1969 c. 35 ( NI

    3. Fourth Schedule rep. by SLR 1973

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