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  • Minerals  Mining Law   FindLaw

    Minerals Mining Law FindLaw

    If mining claims or federal mineral leases are involved, the title opinion is based not only on an abstract or examination of the county records where the property is located, but also the records of state office of the Bureau of Land Management.

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  • Mining Law FAQ   Mineralstar Mining

    Mining Law FAQ Mineralstar Mining

    The federal government maintains ownership of the land itself. What is a Patented mining claim? The original 1872 mining law offered miners the ability to apply for patents for their mining claims. LAWS AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING MINING CLAIMS/SITES . Mining Law of 1872. Federal Land Policy Management Act of 1976 (FLPMA) See Section 314

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  • Minerals  Mining Law   FindLaw

    Minerals Mining Law FindLaw

    If mining claims or federal mineral leases are involved, the title opinion is based not only on an abstract or examination of the county records where the property is located, but also the records of state office of the Bureau of Land Management.

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  • What Is A Mining Claim, Legally?   Mine Engineer.Com

    What Is A Mining Claim, Legally? Mine Engineer.Com

    UNPATENTED MINING CLAIM An Un patented mining claim is a particular parcel of Federal land, valuable for a specific mineral deposit or deposits. It is a parcel for which an individual has asserted a right of possession.

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  • LAWS AND REGULATIONS   AZGS Document Repository

    LAWS AND REGULATIONS AZGS Document Repository

    Mining Laws and Regulations, Changes and Revisions Circular 104, August, 2003, Revised July, 2014 Rev. 16 Recent statutory and regulatory changes that affect Federal mining claims have made portions of Special Report 12, Laws and Regulations Governing Mineral Rights in Arizona, 9th Edition inaccurate.

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  • Mining Claims   Energy and Minerals Management (U.S

    Mining Claims Energy and Minerals Management (U.S

    Mining claims are authorized by the General Mining Law of 1872, 30 U.S.C. 167;167; 22 42. Under this law and implementing regulations, U.S. citizens may stake a claim on federal public domain lands (lands have continuously remained in federal ownership) that are open to mineral entry, in order to prospect, explore, and develop these minerals.

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  • Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands   golddredger

    Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands golddredger

    Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands . The Bureau of Land Management is responsible for the balanced management mining claims, tunnel sites, and mill sites on Federal lands within their boundaries. This pamphlet is a brief introduction to the locatable

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  • How to Stake a Mining Claim on Federal Lands   Legal Beagle

    How to Stake a Mining Claim on Federal Lands Legal Beagle

    Recording a Mining Claim on Federal Lands. Search public land statistics for patented claims. Once you have discovered minerals on federal lands, you should cross reference the location with patented claims recorded at the office of the county recorder.

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  • General Mining Act of 1872

    General Mining Act of 1872

    The General Mining Act of 1872 is a United States federal law that authorizes and governs prospecting and mining for economic minerals, such as gold, platinum, and silver, on federal public lands.

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  • Federal Mining Claim Sign   goldfeverprospecting

    Federal Mining Claim Sign goldfeverprospecting

    The Federal Mining Claim Sign is 11 inches wide and 7 189; inches tall and makes it obvious that this is an active mining claim. Metal No Prospecting Sign METAL CLAIM SIGN These aluminum claim signs are a clear and inexpensive way to identify and mark your mining claims so that other prospectors can avoid them.

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  • About LR2000   BLM Reporting Application

    About LR2000 BLM Reporting Application

    Mining Claim Recordation (MC) contains information on unpatented mining claims located on federal lands including claimant name, approximate location, and other applicable information. Mineral patents are not contained in Mining Claim Recordation.

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  • Rockhound's Guide to Identifying Federal Mining Claims

    Rockhound's Guide to Identifying Federal Mining Claims

    Federal Mining Claims are granted to US Citizens for the purpose of extracting the minerals for commercial gain. Rockhounding does not require a mining claim, however Rockhounds cannot mineral trespass on active mining claims.

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  • Locating a Mining Claim  BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

    Locating a Mining Claim BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

    Mining claims cannot be staked on acquired minerals; a prospecting permit (43 CFR 3500) is required to prospect for acquired minerals. Mining claims can be located on open public land administered by another federal agency (most commonly on Forest Service land).

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  • MINING CLAIM PROCEDURES   Nevada

    MINING CLAIM PROCEDURES Nevada

    Federal (30 USC and 43 CFR) and Nevada (NRS 517) laws concerning mining claims on Federal land are based on an 1872 Federal law titled An Act to Promote the Development of Mineral Resources of the United States.

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  • Mining Claims And Mineral Deposits In Arizona  The Diggings

    Mining Claims And Mineral Deposits In Arizona The Diggings

    Arizona has 451,865 records of mining claims on public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management and 10,673 records of mineral deposits listed by the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Quick Facts.

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  • Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands (November 2016

    Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands (November 2016

    This pamphlet also provides a brief introduction of the BLM Mining Law Administration Programs responsibilities on federal lands administered by the BLM. The program involves mining claim recordation, annual maintenance (annual assessment work or annual fees), mineral patents, and surface management.

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  • Mine claim activity on Federal lands for the period 1976

    Mine claim activity on Federal lands for the period 1976

    Numerical summary of mining claim activity on US Federal lands by section during the years 1976 through 2010 (through 2007 in Alaska). Compiled from data provided by the U.S. Bureau of

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  • Mineral Property Management  Div. of Mining, Land, and Water

    Mineral Property Management Div. of Mining, Land, and Water

    Like federal mining law, Alaska mining laws provide for nonexclusive access to State owned lands for prospecting, an exclusive right to develop a discovery, and security of tenure. A mining location may be staked for any locatable mineral (all metallic and most nonmetallic industrial minerals) under Alaska mining

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  • About Federal Mining Claims   Union Mining Group

    About Federal Mining Claims Union Mining Group

    Mining Claims and Sites A mining claim is a selected parcel of Federal land, valuable for a specific mineral deposit or deposits, for which you have asserted a

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  • How to Stake a Mining Claim on Federal Lands   Budgeting Money

    How to Stake a Mining Claim on Federal Lands Budgeting Money

    Mining claims are available on federal lands in 19 different states and are open to any citizen who qualifies as an adult in his state of residence. While most areas in these states are subject to mining claims, some areas, such as national parks and monuments, are not available. To stake a claim to

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  • What Is A Mining Claim, Legally?   Mine Engineer.Com

    What Is A Mining Claim, Legally? Mine Engineer.Com

    UNPATENTED MINING CLAIM An Un patented mining claim is a particular parcel of Federal land, valuable for a specific mineral deposit or deposits. It is a parcel for which an individual has asserted a right of possession.

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  • Filing Mining Claims   Nevada

    Filing Mining Claims Nevada

    Affidavit Of Labor On Patented Mining Claims For Exemption Of Taxes This is a county based assessor form available through the county where the claim is filed. For help and information, please check with the county assessors office in the county which the property is located.

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  • Mining Claims And Mineral Deposits In Arizona  The Diggings

    Mining Claims And Mineral Deposits In Arizona The Diggings

    Arizona has 451,865 records of mining claims on public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management and 10,673 records of mineral deposits listed by the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Quick Facts.

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  • BLM Reporting Application

    BLM Reporting Application

    The BLM's Legacy Rehost System, called LR2000, provides reports on BLM land and mineral use authorizations for oil, gas, and geothermal leasing, rights of way, coal and other mineral development, land and mineral title, mining claims, withdrawals, classifications, and more on

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  • How to Find Federal Lands That Are Open to Gold Mining

    How to Find Federal Lands That Are Open to Gold Mining

    The federal government has lands in many parts of the country that are open to mining claims. If you want to try your hand at it you only need to find the right spot and file your claim. Some federal lands are closed to mining, such as national parks and monuments.

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  • Gold Mining Claims For Sale   FAQ's   Frequently Asked

    Gold Mining Claims For Sale FAQ's Frequently Asked

    In 1872, The United States Government granted any citizen the right to explore, locate and claim certain rights upon public lands. An Unpatented mining claim is a particular parcel of Federal land, valuable for a specific mineral deposit or deposits.

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  • Mineral Rights  AZGS

    Mineral Rights AZGS

    Mineral rights can be obtained on State or Federal lands that are open to mineral entry. Mining claims, leases, and mineral material sales apply to Federal Lands. Exploration permits, mineal and material leases apply to Arizona State Trust Land.

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  • How to Find Federal Lands That Are Open to Gold Mining

    How to Find Federal Lands That Are Open to Gold Mining

    The federal government has lands in many parts of the country that are open to mining claims. If you want to try your hand at it you only need to find the right spot and file your claim. Some federal lands are closed to mining, such as national parks and monuments.

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  • Federal Mining Claim Sign   Black  Mining

    Federal Mining Claim Sign Black Mining

    federal mining claim This is a Federal Mining Claim located, recorded, and maintained in accordance with 43 C.F.R. Part 3800 and 30 U.S.C. 22 et seq.; 43 U.S.C. 1744 and all

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  • Federal Mining Claim Protect Your Mining Claims Aluminum

    Federal Mining Claim Protect Your Mining Claims Aluminum

    Federal Mining Claim Protect Your Mining Claims Aluminum This bright yellow Aluminum claim sign is a clear and inexpensive way to clearly mark your claims so that other prospectors can avoid them. Measures 11 x 7.5 inches in size.

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