M-13.1 - Mining Act

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72. Subject to sections 73 and 75 to 81, the claim holder shall, 60 days or more before the expiry of his claim, perform on the land that is subject to his claim work of the nature and for the minimum cost determined by regulation. However, the amounts spent on property examination and technical assessment work shall not be accepted unless the work is performed within 48 months following the date on which the claim was registered.
The claim holder must, not later than that day, report to the Minister on all the work performed, including work for which an exploration allowance or a pre-production development allowance may be claimed under the Mining Tax Act (chapter I-0.4), whether or not it actually is. He may, however, for an additional amount prescribed by regulation, send his report after that date provided he does so before the date of expiry of his claim. The report shall be in the form and accompanied with the documents prescribed by regulation.
1987, c. 64, s. 72; 1988, c. 9, s. 21; 1998, c. 24, s. 37; 2013, c. 32, s. 36.
72. Subject to sections 73 and 75 to 81, the claim holder shall, 60 days or more before the expiry of his claim, perform on the land that is subject to his claim work of the nature and for the minimum cost determined by regulation. However, the amounts spent on property examination and technical assessment work shall not be accepted unless the work is performed within 48 months following the date on which the claim was registered.
The claim holder shall report thereon to the Minister before the same date. He may, however, for an additional amount prescribed by regulation, send his report after that date provided he does so before the date of expiry of his claim. The report shall be in the form and accompanied with the documents prescribed by regulation.
1987, c. 64, s. 72; 1988, c. 9, s. 21; 1998, c. 24, s. 37.
72. Subject to sections 73 and 75 to 81, the claim holder shall, sixty days or more before the expiry of his claim, perform on the land that is subject to his claim work of the nature and for the minimum cost determined by regulation. However, the amounts spent on property examination and technical assessment work shall not be accepted beyond one-fourth of that minimum cost.
The claim holder shall report thereon to the Minister before the same date. He may, however, for an additional amount prescribed by regulation, send his report after that date provided he does so before the date of expiry of his claim. The report shall be in the form and accompanied with the documents prescribed by regulation.
1987, c. 64, s. 72; 1988, c. 9, s. 21.