The present Regulations are made under the Crown Minerals Act. For the purpose of the present Regulations a “mineral royalty” is a payment to the owner of mineral rights for the privilege of extracting the mineral from the ground based on a lease agreement. The royalty payment is based on a portion of earnings from production and varies depending on the type of mineral and the market conditions. The text consists of 51 sections divided into 6 Parts as follows: preliminary matters (I); Crown mineral royalties (II); Crown uranium royalties (III); Payment of royalties, records, assessments and refunds (IV); Interest and recovery of royalty (V); Repeal and coming into force (VI).
Implements: Crown Minerals Act (S.S. 1984-85-86, c. C-50.2). (2015)
Repeals: Mineral Disposition Regulations, 1986 (Sask. Reg. 30/86). (2012)
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Government of Saskatchewan (Canada)
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