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United States Department of Agriculture Unpatented

2015-5-14  What is a mining claim? A mining claim is a selected parcel of Federal land, valuable for a specific mineral deposit, for which you have asserted a right of possession under the General Mining Law. Your right is restricted to the development and extraction of a mineral deposit. The surface of an unpatented mining claim is NOT private property. If you staked a mining claim on

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30 U.S. Code § 612 - Unpatented mining claims U.S.

2020-5-2  30 U.S. Code § 612. Unpatented mining claims. Any mining claim hereafter located under the mining laws of the United States shall not be used, prior to issuance of patent therefor, for any purposes other than prospecting, mining or processing operations and uses reasonably incident thereto.

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Title to the Unpatented Mining Claim The Rocky

2016-5-25  I. Legal Basis of the Title to the Unpatented Mining Claim. A.Federal Law — General Mining Law of 1872. 1.Adopted the Location System for Mining Claims. 2.Mining Claims Must Be Located on Open Public Domain. 3.Application of General Mining Law is Limited to “Locatable” Minerals. 4.Discovery of a Valuable Mineral Deposit is Essential to Initiate a Title to an Unpatented Mining Claim, and ...

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The Ins and Outs of Patented and Unpatented Mining

2017-10-30  An unpatented mining claim is a claim on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) or Forest Service lands, which means the claim owner only has a right

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No. 409 TAXATION-UNPATENTED MINING CLAIMS­

2018-10-4  Held: Unpatented mining claims are real estate and represent property of value and are taxable under the constitution, statutes and court decisions. Where it becomes necessary to sell such property for delinquent taxes, it is to be sold as real estate. Mr.

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on Fifty one Unpatented Mining Claims located in

2017-1-17  patented and fifty-one (51) unpatented mining claims straddling the Opeepeesway River in central Mallard township, Porcupine Mining Division. Access is via the Eddy Paper Products Limited haulage road and a network of smaller bush roads. The claims are held in the name of Arthur E. Kaplan. This report deals

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How to Patent a Mining Claim - buydurango

Mining claims, like homesteads, were created by a worker (in this case a prospector looking for gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper, etc.) who would go into the mountains and "stake his claim". At this point, the mining claim is not yet patented.

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Does a Patented Mining Claim Mean You Keep the

2019-12-12  A patented claim gives the miner the right to both the minerals and the land itself. If the government approves a patent request, it transfers property title to the miner. At that point, the miner can explore, extract the minerals or build permanent mining structures and a home. He has the same rights as any property holder.

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Mining Claims - National Park Service

2017-10-30  Unpatented mining claim. An Unpatented mining claim is a particular parcel of Federal land, valuable for a specific Mining claim monument: rock cairn with post. CULTURAL RESOURCES TMEXPERIENCE YOUR AMERICA FEBRUARY 2015 mineral deposit or deposits. It is a parcel for which an individual has asserted a right of possession. ...

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The 14 day camping rule on a mining claim, is that

2017-7-30  on a claim for more than 14 days requires the filing of a Notice of Intent (NOI). Similarly, a nationwide USFS brochure entitled “Unpatented Mining Claims” states: “All users of our National Forests have the opportunity to camp within time limitations established by the Forest on which you are operating.

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No. 409 TAXATION-UNPATENTED MINING CLAIMS­

2018-10-4  The question arises: Is an unpatented mining claim exempt from taxa-tion as being property of the United States? . The Supreme Court of the United States at an early date set this ques­ tion at rest in the case of Forbes v. Gracey, 9411. S. 762, commenting on this very question ,of the state's taxing unpatented mining claims as follows:

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How to Patent a Mining Claim - buydurango

How to Patent a Mining Claim. Mining claims, like homesteads, were created by a worker (in this case a prospector looking for gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper, etc.) who would go into the mountains and "stake his claim". At this point, the mining claim is not yet

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Mines and Minerals

2008-11-30  unpatented mining claim as “a lode mining claim or a placer mining claim located and held underthe General MiningLaw of 1872, as amended for which a patent has not beenissued.” (43 C.F.R. § 3833.0-5(b).) Placer mining claims, at issue in this opinion, are one category of mining claims. 5

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Rosemont Project FEIS, ROD and Unpatented Mining

2019-8-2  The Rosemont Project involves privately owned property including 132 patented mining claims, as well as 949 unpatented claims located on USFS land. The unpatented claims at issue in the Order are slated to be the disposal site for the waste rock and tailings that will result from Rosemont’s construction of an open pit on its patented claims.

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BLM Raises Fees for Unpatented Mining Claims and

2019-7-10  Effective July 1, 2019, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) issued a final rule (the Rule) to adjust location and maintenance fees for federal unpatented mining claims, mill sites, and tunnel sites.

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on Fifty one Unpatented Mining Claims located in

2017-1-17  consists of fifty one (51) contiguous unpatented mining claims and thirteen (13) patented claims located in central Mallard township, Porcupine Mining Division. The property covers approximately 2560 acres and is accessible via the Eddy Paper Products Limited main

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What can I build on a mining claim? - miningclaim ...

2011-5-9  The money bit would be this: "A claimant can camp on his/her gold mining claim just about indefinitely as long as the site is kept clean and it's obvious a legitimate mining operation is in progress." These plans do not sound like it would be obvious that a legitimate mining operation would be in progress. posted by Andrhia at 3:07 PM on May 9 ...

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Does a Patented Mining Claim Mean You Keep the

2019-12-12  A patented claim gives the miner the right to both the minerals and the land itself. If the government approves a patent request, it transfers property title to the miner. At that point, the miner can explore, extract the minerals or build permanent mining structures and a home. He has the same rights as any property holder.

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Mining Claims - National Park Service

2017-10-30  Unpatented mining claim. An Unpatented mining claim is a particular parcel of Federal land, valuable for a specific Mining claim monument: rock cairn with post. CULTURAL RESOURCES TMEXPERIENCE YOUR AMERICA FEBRUARY 2015 mineral deposit or deposits. It is a parcel for which an individual has asserted a right of possession. ...

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The 14 day camping rule on a mining claim, is that

2017-7-30  on a claim for more than 14 days requires the filing of a Notice of Intent (NOI). Similarly, a nationwide USFS brochure entitled “Unpatented Mining Claims” states: “All users of our National Forests have the opportunity to camp within time limitations established by the Forest on which you are operating.

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Form 0239E - Transfer of Unpatented Mining Claim(s)

2017-6-11  Transfer of Unpatented Mining Claim(s) Mining Act. Transaction Number (office only) Personal information collected on this form is obtained under the authority of section 59 of the Mining Act. Under section 8 of the Mining Act, this information is used to maintain a public record. This information is also used for correspondence.

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43 CFR § 3712.1 - Restriction on use of unpatented

2021-6-15  (b) The locator of an unpatented mining claim subject to the Act is limited in his use of the claim to those uses specified in the act, namely prospecting, mining, or processing operations and uses reasonably incident thereto. He is forbidden to use it for any other purpose such, for example, as for filling stations, curio shops, cafes, tourist, or fishing and hunting camps.

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Mines and Minerals

2008-11-30  unpatented mining claim as “a lode mining claim or a placer mining claim located and held underthe General MiningLaw of 1872, as amended for which a patent has not beenissued.” (43 C.F.R. § 3833.0-5(b).) Placer mining claims, at issue in this opinion, are one category of mining claims. 5

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Rosemont Project FEIS, ROD and Unpatented Mining

2019-8-2  The Rosemont Project involves privately owned property including 132 patented mining claims, as well as 949 unpatented claims located on USFS land. The unpatented claims at issue in the Order are slated to be the disposal site for the waste rock and tailings that will result from Rosemont’s construction of an open pit on its patented claims.

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on Fifty one Unpatented Mining Claims located in

2017-1-17  consists of fifty one (51) contiguous unpatented mining claims and thirteen (13) patented claims located in central Mallard township, Porcupine Mining Division. The property covers approximately 2560 acres and is accessible via the Eddy Paper Products Limited main

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BLM Raises Fees for Unpatented Mining Claims and

2019-7-10  Effective July 1, 2019, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) issued a final rule (the Rule) to adjust location and maintenance fees for federal unpatented mining claims, mill sites, and tunnel sites.

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Frequently asked questions about gold mine - Mining

2021-6-3  A mining claim is the right to explore for and extract minerals from a tract of land. The mining law of 1866 gave discoverers rights to stake mining claims to extract gold, silver, cinnabar (the principal ore of mercury) and copper. When Congress passed the General Mining Act of 1872, the wording was changed to "or other valuable deposits ...

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Does a Patented Mining Claim Mean You Keep the

2019-12-12  A patented claim gives the miner the right to both the minerals and the land itself. If the government approves a patent request, it transfers property title to the miner. At that point, the miner can explore, extract the minerals or build permanent mining structures and a home. He has the same rights as any property holder.

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