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Today's spotlight is on the book, Mining Law of Canada by Dwight Newman. This text was recently added to the PLA Library Collection and is available for borrowing for current PLA Members.
From the Publisher
Mining law provides a legal structure for the exploration for and development of mineral resources, as well as a system for maximizing the economic value that the industry can produce while complying with an appropriate regulatory framework. Given this broad mandate, mining law draws on a range of practice areas from property law and constitutional law, to Aboriginal law and environmental law, to securities law and even international criminal law.
This text offers a comprehensive overview of these different aspects of mining law, and includes discussions about mineral rights, transactional provisions, foreign investment issues, financing and securities, mining operations, relevant taxation matters and extraterritorial regulation of Canadian mining companies working abroad.
In particular, Mining Law of Canada features expert commentary and in-depth analysis on the current state of mining law legislation and jurisprudence, including precedent-setting case law. As a result, it is a very useful reference for mining lawyers and professionals.
Published: May 24, 2018 by LexisNexis
From the Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2: MINING AND COMMUNITIES
CHAPTER 3: THE LAW AND THE MINING CYCLE1.
The importance of an integrated understanding of the mining industry
CHAPTER 4: OWNERSHIP OF MINERALS IN CANADA
CHAPTER 5: ACQUISITION OF MINERAL RIGHTS THROUGH PROSPECTING
CHAPTER 6: SURFACE RIGHTS ISSUES
CHAPTER 7: THE WITHDRAWAL OF LAND FROM MINING ACCESS
CHAPTER 8: DEALINGS IN MINERAL RIGHTS
CHAPTER 9: RESTRICTIONS ON FOREIGN INVESTMENT
CHAPTER 10: FINANCING AND SECURITIES ISSUES
CHAPTER 11: THE REGULATION OF MINING OPERATIONS
CHAPTER 12: REGULATORY ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH MINE CLOSURE AND RECLAMATION
CHAPTER 13: ROYALTIES AND TAXATION
CHAPTER 14: SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND EXTRATERRITORIAL
REGULATION OF CANADIAN MINING COMPANIES
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