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Disclaimer: Updating and uploading of all Central Acts available on this web page is the proprietary of the Legislative Department in the Ministry of Law and Justice. The updating and uploading of Rules, Regulations, Notifications, etc. Schedule 1. Order Appendix Forms.

Schedule 2. Schedule 3. Schedule 4. Title Files. Year Description Files. Section 1. Short title, extent and commencement. Show Related Subordinates. Section 2. Declaration as to expediency of Union Control. Section 3.

Section 4. Prospecting or mining operations to be under licence or lease. Section 4A. Termination of prospecting licences or mining leases. Section 4B. Conditions for efficiency in production. Section 5. Restrictions on the grant of prospecting licences or mining leases. Section 6. Maximum area for which a prospecting licence or mining lease may be granted. Section 7. Periods for which prospecting licences may be granted or renewed. Section 8. Periods for which mining leases may be granted or renewed.

Section 8A. Period of grant of a mining lease for minerals other than coal, lignite and atomic minerals. Section 8B. Provisions for transfer of statutory clearances. Section 9. Royalties in respect of mining leases. Section 9A. Dead rent to be paid by the lessee.

Section 9B. District Mineral Foundation. Section 9C. National Mineral Exploration Trust. Section Application for prospecting licences or mining leases. Section 10A. Rights of existing concession holders and applicants. Section 10B. Grant of mining lease in respect of notified minerals through auction.

Section 10C. Grant of non-exclusive reconnaissance permits. Grant of prospecting licence-cum-mining lease through auction in respect of minerals other than notified minerals. Section 11A. Granting of reconnaissance permit, prospecting licence or mining lease or prospecting licencecum-mining lease in respect of coal or lignite. Section 11B. Section 11C. Registers of prospecting licences and mining leases. Section 12A. Transfer of mineral concessions. Power of Central Government to make rules in respect of minerals.

Section 13A. Power of Central Government to make rules for grant of prospecting licences or mining leases in respect of territorial waters or continental shelf of India. Power of State Governments to make rules in respect of minor minerals. Section 15A. Power of State Government to collect funds for District Mineral Foundation in case of minor minerals. Power to modify mining leases granted before 25th October, Special powers of Central Government to undertake prospecting or mining operations in certain lands.

Section 17A. Reservation of areas for purposes of conservation. Mineral development. Section 18A. Power to authorise Geological Survey of India, etc. Prospecting licences and mining leases to be void if in contravention of Act.

Act and rules to apply to all renewals of prospecting licences and mining leases. Section 20A. Power of Central Government to issue directions. Cognizance of offences. Offences by companies. Section 23A. Compounding of offences. Section 23B. Power to search. Section 23C. Power of State Government to make rules for preventing illegal mining, transportation and storage of minerals. Power of entry and inspection.

Section 24A. Rights and liabilities of a holder of prospecting licence or mining lease. Recovery of certain sums as arrears of land revenue. Delegation of powers. Protection of action taken in good faith. Rules and notifications to be laid before Parliament and certain rules to be approved by Parliament. Existing rules to continue. Power of revision by Central Government.

Section 30A. Special provisions relating to mining leases for coal granted before 25th October, Section 30B. Constitution of Special Courts. Section 30C. Special Courts to have powers of Court of Session. Relaxation of rules in special cases. Validation of certain acts and indemnity.

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Upon expiration, these leases were to be auctioned and the new lease holders were required to obtain all statutory clearances afresh before commencing mining operations [2]. This can involve as many as 20 approvals and permits related to different central government ministries and the concerned state government. Considering this, the March amendment has allowed all clearances related to these leases to be transferred to the new bidder for a two-year period. However, the new lease holder is required to apply for and obtain all permits afresh within the two-year period [4]. The post-leasing clearance mechanism, particularly pertaining to environment and forest related regulations, has been a central issue in the governance discourse concerning the mining sector. The issue has been significant because these clearances and permits have a direct bearing on the local environment, ecology and communities residing in and around mining areas. There are multiple regulations pertaining to these clearances and permit requirements.

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In some cases the amount being demanded is big enough to wipe out the entire cash reserves of the firm concerned and substantially erode its net worth, besides crippling its mining activities. To make the order applicable to coal mining, states are relying on an affidavit by the ministry of mines to the court, which the latter cited in the judgment. The Coal India arm has also argued that the SC verdict was only in relation to iron ore and manganese. Between them, these companies have already paid over Rs 11, crore to the two state governments, while the demands so far on them have been in excess of Rs 20, crore.

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It was amended in and This act forms the basic framework of mining regulation in India. This act is applicable to all mineral except minor minerals and atomic minerals. It details the process and conditions for acquiring a mining or prospecting licence in India. Mining minor minerals comes under the purview of state governments. In November , the draft of the bill was released for public comments. It was the 7th ordinance by the National Democratic Alliance government since it took power in May

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