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米国鉱業法 第2版

American Law of Mining, 2nd Edition

The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (Editor)

6 vols. Looseleaf. 1960 to date.(追録年1回)

Matthew Bender. ISBN: 9780820510101

¥354,053

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【主な内容】

鉱業権リース・鉱業権・権原調査・鉱業権の設定および移転・水利権・採掘作業の組織・共同探査および共同開発・税制および環境規制、等

【Table of Contents】

VOLUME 1

TITLE I OVERVIEW OF A MINING PROJECT

1. Basic Mining Technology

2. Legal and Other Planning Considerations

TITLE II FEDERAL LANDS AND MINERALS

3. Scope of Title; Definitions; Administration of Public Lands and Minerals

4. Historical Background of Federal Lands and Minerals

5. Location and Extent of Public Domain

6. Locatable Public Domain

7. Public Domain Lands Available for Leasing

8. Locatable, Leasable, and Salable Minerals

9. Federal Reserved Minerals

10. Acquired Lands

11. Exchange Lands

12. Agricultural and Other Nonmineral Entries

13. Lands Grants

14. Reservations and Withdrawals

15. Wilderness

16. [Reserved]

17. Areas Subject to Special Mineral Laws

18-19. [Reserved]

TITLE III FEDERAL MINERAL LEASES

20. Non-Coal Federal Mineral Leasing

21. Disposal of Mineral Materials

22. Federal Coal Acquisition Before the Mineral Leasing Act of 1920

23. Mineral Leasing Act of 1920

24. Additional Statutes Related to Federal Coal Acquisition

25. Federal Coal Leasing Moratoria of 1970's

26. Leasing (Acquisition) of Federal Coal

27. Management of Federal Coal Leases

28-29. [Reserved]

TITLE IV MINING CLAIMS

30. Introduction to Federal Mining Law

31. Locators

32. Types and Characteristics of Locations

VOLUME 2

33. Location Procedures

34. Prediscovery Rights Under the Doctrine of Pedis Possessio

35. Discovery

36. Ownership Interests in Valid Unpatented Mining Claims

37. Extralateral Rights

38. Relocation and Amendment of Unpatented Mining Claims

39-43. [Reserved]

44. Annual Rental or Maintenance Fees Requires to Hold Unpatented Mining Claims

45. Assessment Work Requirement

46. Abandonment, Laches, Estoppel, and Forfeiture

47-49. [Reserved]

50. Contests Against Unpatented Mining Claims

51. Mineral Patent Proceedings

52. Adverse Proceedings

53. Protests

54. Mineral Patents

55-59. [Reversed]

VOLUME 3

TITLE V STATE AND INDIAN MINERAL INTERESTS

60. State Lands

61. State Mineral Lands

62. Mineral Management Agencies

63. Mineral Management Systems

64. Surface and Mineral Management: Conflicting Uses of State Resources

65-66. [Reserved]

67. Indian Mineral Interests

68-69. [Reserved]

TITLE VI ALASKA LANDS AND MATERIAL INTERESTS

70. Introduction

71. Lands in Alaska

72. Acquisition of Mineral Rights in Alaska

73. Access and Land Exchanges

74-79. [Reserved]

TITLE VII CONVEYANCE AND OTHER TRANSFERS OF MINERAL INTERESTS

80. Option Arrangements

81. Sale Contracts

82. Deeds and Assignments of Mineral Interests

83. Transfer of Limited Mineral Interests

84. The Meaning of "Minerals" in Conveyances

85. Solid Mineral Royalties

86. Involuntary Transfer of Mineral Interests

87. Issues Related to Conveyance of Mineral Interests

88-89. [Reserved]

TITLE VIII MINERAL TITLE EXAMINATION

90-99. [Reserved]

VOLUME4

TITLE IX ACCESS

100. Access Across Private Lands

101. Access Across Federal Lands

102. Access Over State and Indian Lands

103-109. [Reserved]

TITLE X ANCILLARY USE RIGHTS AND WATER RIGHTS

110. Ancillary Use Rights on Mining Claims and Federal Mineral Leases

111. Acquisition of Independent Ancillary Use Rights on Federal Lands

112. Acquisition of Ancillary Use Rights on Private Lands

113. Acquisition of Water Rights

114-119. [Reserved]

TITLE XI ORGANIZATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

120. Exploration and Development Planning Considerations

121. Comparative Analysis of Organizational Structures

122-129. [Reserved]

TITLE XII PRIVATE LEASES AND OTHER MINERAL ACQUISITION ARRANGEMENTS

130. Available Acquisition Alternatives

131. Private Mineral Leases

132. Private Coal Leases

133. Private Geothermal Leases

134-139. [Reserved]

TITLE XIII JOINT EXPLORATION AND OPERATING AGREEMENTS

140. General Negotiating and Drafting Considerations

141. Standard Operating Agreement Provisions

142. Joint Exploration Agreements and Special Operations

143-149. [Reserved]

VOLUME 5

TITLE XIV INCOME TAXATION

150-164. [Reserved]

TITLE XV ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION OF THE MINING INDUSTRY

165. Introduction and Overview of Title

166. The Permitting Process

167. National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA)

168. Air Quality Control

169. Water Quality

170. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)

171. The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (Superfund)

172. Surface Management and Reclamation: Coal Mining

173. Surface Management and Reclamation: Hardrock and Other Non-Coal Mining

174. Local Land Use Controls

175. Wildlife and Vegetation Protection

176. Cultural Resources Protection

177. Uranium Mining and Milling

178. Toxic Substances Control Act

179. Toxic Torts

180-184. [Reserved]

TITLE XVI ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE

185. Overview of Administrative Agencies

186. Selected Administrative Procedures and Practice Topics

187-189. [Reserved]

TITLE XVII STATE AND LOCAL PROPERTY AND PRODUCTION TAXATION OF MINERALS

190. Introduction and Historical Overview

191. Property Taxation of Mineral Resources

192. Production Taxation of Mineral Resources

193. State Law Issues Raised by Property and Production Taxes

194. Federal Constitutional and Statutory Restraints on State and Local Taxation of Minerals

195-199. [Reserved]

VOLUME 6

TITLE XIII MINING AND MILLING OPERATIONS

200. Conflicts in Mineral Exploration, Development, and Operations

201. Mining Safety and Health

202. [Reserved]

203. Liabilities Incident to Mining and Milling Operations

204. Liens

205. Closing a Mine

206-209. [Reserved]

TITLE XIX CANADATION MINING LAW

210. Introduction and Scope of Title

211. Foreign Ownership Restrictions and Policies

212. Mineral Land Interests

213. Crown Lands

214. Aboriginal Issues

215. Financing and Other Exploration, Development, and Production Considerations

216. Environmental and Permitting Considerations

217. Taxation

INDEX