Mineral Land Rights

Author: Levonne Louie
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ISBN: 0993803717
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If you’re an oil and gas industry professional, are you lacking critical knowledge about mineral land that could enhance the work you do every day?


Author: Levonne Louie
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 0993803733
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Praise for Levonne Louie's first book, Mineral Land Rights: What You Need to
Know: “Ms. Louie has managed to explain the concept of ownership of mineral
rights in layman's terms. This is a useful book for landowners and industry
members alike.” DAVID YOUNGGREN, QC, lawyer and landowner “This book is
practical, balanced, and timely. It makes a complicated topic manageable.” ROSS
HARVEY, agri-marketer, founding partner of AdFarm, and landowner “Ms. Louie
has written ...

Utah Gold

Author: Christine Wilkerson
Publisher: Utah Geological Survey
ISBN: 155791611X
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Utah Division of Water Rights: Prospecting is only allowed on open streams (
which depends on fish spawning and other factors). Contact the Utah Division of
Water Rights for a list of open streams. Recreational dredging on any stream
requires a permit from the Utah Division of Water Rights (see permit information
on next page). U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM): You need to determine
if the land is open to prospecting, withdrawn from mineral entry, or already
covered with ...

Reports From Committees

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What do you mean by purchasing the whole of their property ; that is what I do not
understand? — If I possess mineral property in the Forest of Dean, and I could
not penetrate the land over it to open it, the property would be of no value. 1543.
That does not answer my question. You say there are certain people who have
mineral rights in the Forest of Dean, and I want to know how you would get rid of
those mineral rights ; I want to know whether those mineral rights could not be ...

Martian Time Slip

Author: Philip K. Dick
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0547724934
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Must have taken a terrible beating.” Arnie said, “No, I heard they found a buyer
that was willing to put up more than they paid; they made a profit, after all these
years. So it paid them to hold out. I wonder who's nuts enough to want that land. I
got some mineral rights there, you know. I want you to check into who bought that
land and what kind of operation they represent. I want to know what they're doing
over there.” “Good to know those things.” Again everyone nodded, and one man
— ...

Ancestry Magazine

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For example, suppose you can't find out the original home for your Irish ancestor.
You have searched all the census, immigration, naturalization, and vital records
tor him and his immediate family (parents, siblings, and children). But you haven't
checked the records of the ancestor's ... As a result, the family assumed that since
it shared the same surname through male descent from the original land owner, it
should inherit the mineral rights. But the descendant of one of that ancestor's ...

Ber Die Poesie Und Die Prosa Der R Ume

Author: Ina-Maria Greverus
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 3643103409
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should not carry with them any measure of mineral owner-ship. 'Nor should the
Aboriginal landholders be given the right of veto as against the Crown over
access to the mineral within their lands'“ (Aboriginal Land Rights Commission
1975, 106). Und als Nebenbegründung zur ... From features in the landscape you
can see what Bula did in the dreamtime as he hunted and moved through the
region from the northern salt water where he came from. There are rock paintings
throughout ...

Whatever Lola Wants

Author: George Szanto
Publisher: Brindle and Glass
ISBN: 1927366364
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know.” “We do know he's blasting.” “Specifically under Grange land?” Feasie said
, “But if he's building wherever, we've got him?” Leonora's head shook. “That's
equivocal.” She had to make them see how hard she'd workedon the case. To
give ... Milton looked baffled, discouraged. “Under his own land he can blast what
he wants?” Leonora said, “In one sense, yes.” Carney turned to Milton. “Do you
have underground mineral rights at the Grange?” “I don't know.” Milton frowned.

Circles Of Time

Author: David T. McNab
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 0889206937
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2 which discusses Treaty #3 minerals and mineral rights. For an example see
Jacobs, ''We Have But Our Hearts,'' pp. 1-13. See Mary Laronde,''Co-
management of Lands and Resources in N'Daki Menan,'' in Anne-Marie
Mawhiney, ed., Rebirth: Political, Economic and Social Development in First
Nations (Toronto: Dundurn, 1992), pp. 93-106. David McNab, ''A Few Thoughts
on Understanding Propaganda after Oka,'' Social Sciences and Humanities
Aboriginal Research Exchange, ...

The Congressional Globe

Author: United States. Congress
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argument against Julian's bill in the House of Representatives, which is a
proposition to sell the lands and let them go into private hands; but so far from
injuring the development of that country by tanneling, this bill is the verything to
encourage it. It provides that when a man has found a vein and improved it to the
extent of $1,000 he may get a title. That is the very thing that the tunneling
companies want. know a great many men engaged in that work. I have many
constituents engaged ...