Regulations 1990 No.48 of 1990 Amendments of Mining Regulations
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Mining Regulations 8. REPEAL AND SUBSTITUTION Regulation 23 of the Mining Regulations is repealed and the following substituted: "23. PRODUCTION RETURNS "The holder of a mining tenement shall furnish to a mining registrar not later than 30 days after the last day of June and December in each year, a production return in a form approved by the Secretary in respect of all minerals or extractive minerals mined on the tenement area for the preceding period of 6 months.". 9. REGISTERS Regulation 29 of the Mining Regulations is amended (a) by omitting from subregulation (l)(b) "Leases" and substituting "Licences"; and (b) by omitting from subregulation (2) paragraphs (c), (d) and (e) and substituting the following: "(c) the Register of Extractive Mineral Leases; and (d) the Register of Extractive Mineral Permits.". 10. SCHEDULE 1 Schedule 1 to the Mining Regulations is amended (a) by omitting "$5.00" (third occurring) and substituting "$10.00"; (b) by omitting "$2.00" (wherever occurring) and substituting "$10.00"; and (c) by omitting "$5.00" (last occurring) and substituting "$20.00". 11. SCHEDULE 4 Form 4 of Schedule 4 to the Mining Regulations is amended (a) by omitting "EXPLORATION LICENCE" and substituting "EXPLORATION LICENCE, EXPLORATION RETENTION LICENCE"; and (b) by omitting "claim an interest in (here set out full particulars) 3
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