The present Regulations are made under the Crown Minerals Act. In particular, the Regulations lay down provisions relating to the orderly exploitation of minerals in Saskatchewan. Section 3 establishes that the Regulations apply to all Crown minerals other than any Crown minerals listed in this section. The text consists of 100 sections divided into12 Parts as follows: Title, interpretation and application (I); Electronic parcel mapping system (II); Registry (III); Legacy dispositions (IV); Permits (V); Claims (VI); Leases (VII); Assessment work (VIII); Disputes and adverse rights (IX); Transfers (X); General (XI); Transitional and coming into force (XII). One Appendix containing 3 Tables is enclosed.
Implements: Crown Minerals Act (S.S. 1984-85-86, c. C-50.2). (2015)
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Government of Saskatchewan (Canada)
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