Charter, reports and by-laws of the Ontario Mineral Lands Company

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  • English
The Company , New York
Ontario Mineral Lands Company., Mines and mineral resources -- Ont
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 13585
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL20109442M
ISBN 100665135858

By Ontario Mineral Lands Company. reports and by-laws of the Ontario Mineral Lands Company book Abstract "Published by order of the Board of directors, December 30th, "Electronic of access: Internet.4Author: Ontario Mineral Lands Company.

The mineral rights in the land were quit claimed to the Crown by instrument no. Notice of the claim of the Crown to the mineral rights was given by instrument no. No other notice of Claim to the mineral rights nor any other dealings with the mineral rights has been registered since Decem File Size: 57KB.

prospectors, by virtue of the Ontario Mining Act. • In other instances, properties may have more than one title holder including registered owners for surface, mining or other rights.

• If you own the mining rights, your property is not open for mining claim staking and no one can explore for minerals, perform exploratory work orFile Size: KB.

Understanding mining rights in Ontario. Purpose of the Ontario Mining Act: The purpose of the act is: 1. to encourage prospecting, staking and exploration for the development of mineral resources; and 2. to minimize adverse effects of these activities on public health and safety and the environment through rehabilitation of mining lands in Size: KB.

The Company is subject to the reporting requirements of the applicable Canadian securities laws, and as a result reports the mineral reserves and mineral resources of the projects it has an interest in according to Canadian standards.

New Requirements for Ontario Corporations with an Ownership Interest in Land Decem that are incorporated under the OBCA are now required to prepare and maintain a register of ownership interests in land in Ontario. This register must identify each property and the date when the property was acquired and disposed of by the.

As long as the area in question does not fall within a. or, for placer, if the area is within a designated placer claim area, acquiring a mineral or placer claim over private property is the same process as on crown land.

By-Laws for Ontario Corporation A set of Corporate By-laws is a crucial document that governs the operation of a corporation. By-laws are always enacted by directors and approved by shareholders to provide direction for matters relating to the operation of the corporation.

Mineral rights are the rights to the minerals located in, on or under a piece of land. A surface rights holder is an individual who owns rights to land which do not include the mineral rights. Contact with surface rights holders should be made and maintained throughout the mining sequence, as they have a legal right to the land.

In some cases, contacting surface. Published by the Law Society of Ontario through LexisNexis Canada, Ontario Reports, Third Series provides, in full text, leading cases decided at all levels of Ontario Charter.

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A common threat to marginalized people is discriminatory municipal bylaws, such as anti-panhandling by-laws. Furthermore, a municipal human rights charter also provides a means for municipalities to address discriminatory ‘Not In My Backyard’ (NIMBY) opposition, which frequently delays and even halts the development of shelters and.

OCLC Number: Notes: "Also the charter and by-laws of the company with a list of its offices." 32 p.: maps ; 24 cm. Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction.

Page - Ontario and of this Act, except such as relate to filing plans and publication of notice, shall apply and may be used and exercised to obtain the right of way from the railway to the land on which such materials are situated: and such right may be acquired for a term of years or permanently, as the company may think proper, and the powers in this and the.

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The inhabitants of the territory comprised within the present limits of the Town of Mineral, hereinafter referred to as "Town," as such limits are now or may hereafter be altered and established by law, shall constitute and continue a body politic and corporate, to be known and designated as the Town of Mineral, and as such shall have perpetual succession, may sue and be sued, implead.

Property owners in Frontenac County learned this the hard way when uranium prospectors started purchasing and staking mineral rights claims on their land. Under recent changes to Ontario’s Mining Act, surface rights owners—that would be the owners of cottages, homes, and farms—must now at least be notified that mineral rights have.

Mineral rights give you the ability to extract resources from below the surface. If a valuable resource, like oil or gas, is discovered on your land, you will want to determine whether you own the mineral rights.

If you do, you might profit from the resources under the ground. Ontario is bordered by the province of Manitoba to the west, Hudson Bay and James Bay to the north, and Quebec to the east and northeast, and to the south by the U.S.

states of (from west to east) Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New l: Toronto. As a result, lands with low agricultural or mineral value are better situated for lower land rents and to potentially allow a developer a better marginal return, though in high-demand or uniquely situated properties with high-value solar characteristics, the value may be set by the solar development value of the site as its highest and best use.

Clarifications of Subsurface Ownership Rights Tweet In recent decades, the Alberta government has amended several pieces of legislation to address some of the uncertainties over subsurface resource rights in the areas of natural gas storage and the ownership of both coalbed methane and the pore space beneath the land for the purpose of storing.

Mineral Resources Act INTERPRETATION Section 1 c t Current to: December 2, Page 7 c MINERAL RESOURCES ACT CHAPTER M-7 INTERPRETATION 1. Definitions In this Act (a) “claim” means mineral claim; (b) “day’s work” means eight hours work; but in a case of drilling or surveying or geological, geophysical or geochemical or other special work, the Minister may allow.

The landowner is the person who owns the land affected by the mining. The lawful occupier is someone who lives on, works or controls the land affected by the mining, in terms of legislation, custom or an agreement or with the permission of the owner.

The mining company (also called the applicant) – once a person or company submits an application. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary indicates that the origin of the word by-law is from the English word bilawe, probably from Old Norse *bȳlǫg, from Old Norse bȳr town + lag- lǫg law.

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Conveying the mineral rights and retaining the land. (In this case, the seller will issue a separate mineral deed to the purchaser of the mineral rights.) Conveying the land to one person and the mineral rights to another. Since a seller can convey only property that he or she owns, each sale of the land after the minerals are separated Author: Beth Ross.

The first step to obtain a claim is for an individual or company to obtain a free miner certificate from the Provincial Gold Commissioner which entitles the holder of the certificate to search for minerals on defined mineral lands and hold mineral claims.

Free miners are permitted to explore on Crown lands and some private lands with restrictions.

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When talking about subsurface property rights in Alberta it is important to understand common law. At common law, ownership of the surface extends to the airspace above and to the subsurface below.

Ownership of land even includes the mines and minerals beneath the land with the exception of gold, silver, and any other resource reserved by the Crown.

The Van Diemen's Land Company was formed in May with the primary aim of ensuring cheap supply of wool for British textile factories.hectares of land in the north of Tasmania was granted to the Company through an Royal Charter.Created Date: Z.Some corporations have a corporate records "book," which includes all the required documents.

In other cases, the corporate records are kept online or in a file cabinet. The records should be in one place and available if the Internal Revenue Service audits your corporation. You can also keep your corporate records "in the cloud," but these.