4 edition of Charter, reports and by-laws of the Ontario Mineral Lands Company found in the catalog.
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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. 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.
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