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Canadian Law of Mining, 2nd Edition

Auteur(s) :
Barton, Barry
Éditeur :
LexisNexis
Année :
2020
Nombre de pages :
1088
Type de reliure :
Rigide
ISBN :
978-0-433-46580-5
Prix :
350,00 $
Format :
Papier

 

Presentation

It’s been 26 years since the first edition of Canadian Law of Mining was published, and much has changed in that time. Fortunately, all of those developments are reflected in this updated version written by mining law expert Barry Barton. This comprehensive and authoritative resource seeks to provide “an organized account of the law” while evaluating “the state of the law … [including] the work of policy makers, law drafters and judges.” In short, as Barton explains in the text’s opening chapter, “The book seeks to discuss mining law as well as describe it.”

A wide-ranging treatise
The mining industry plays a critical role in Canada’s economy, with mineral exploration activity taking place in almost every province and territory across the country. Canadian Law of Mining, 2nd Edition covers the main areas of mining law through expert commentary and analysis on the latest developments and leading case law. The areas covered include:

  • Property law – private ownership of part of the land vs. public ownership of minerals
  • Mining legislation – mining acts and regulations in provinces and territories across Canada
  • Lands and social framework – environmental values, and the relationships between mining and the people affected by mining operations
  • Transactions – financing and international deals as well as contract law governing these transactions

This treatise addresses the full range of topics related to mining law, including information about mineral rights, claim-staking, disposition and transfer of mining rights, interests and royalties, acquisition of rights and interests from the Crown, withdrawal of lands from mining, surface rights, and mining issues related to the rights and interests of Indigenous peoples. It also includes a chapter on Canadian companies mining internationally.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
 Chapter 2: Private ownership of minerals
 Chapter 3: Crown ownership and Crown grants
 Chapter 4: Indigenous ownership and interests
 Chapter 5: History of mining legislation
 Chapter 6: Acquisition of title
 Chapter 7: Prospecting licenses
 Chapter 8: Land open for acquisition
 Chapter 9: Ground staking of claims
 Chapter 10: Substantial compliance
 Chapter 11: Online acquisition
 Chapter 12: Exploration permits
 Chapter 13: Assessment work and cancellation
 Chapter 14: Mining leases
 Chapter 15: Disputes
 Chapter 16: Nature of rights
 Chapter 17: Free entry policy
 Chapter 18: Use of Crown land
 Chapter 19: Use of private land surface rights
 Chapter 20: Parks and protected lands
 Chapter 21: Expropriation of claims and leases
 Chapter 22: Environmental regulation
 Chapter 23: Mineral exploration permits
 Chapter 24: Rehabilitation
 Chapter 25: Sand gravel and industrial materials
 Chapter 26: Social license to mine
 Chapter 27: Transfers recording title
 Chapter 28: Transactions in mining properties
 Chapter 29: Options and joint ventures
 Chapter 30: Royalties
 Chapter 31: Confidential information
 Chapter 32: Financing and securities
 Chapter 33: International transactions
 Chapter 34: Overview

 



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