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Mining Code of I.R. Iran- Part 04(Final)

  1/30/2014

Article 24: To accelerate the exploration and exploitation of the mineral deposits, when contacted, the related executive agencies of the Government shall be obligated to announce their opinion within maximum of four months with respect to the inquiry of the Ministry of Mines and Metals in connection with the legal boundaries related thereto and the regions, subject of paragraph A of Article 3 of the Environment Protection and Improvements thereof, and observance of the State Forest and Pasture Protection and Exploitation Law, enacted in 1346 {1967}, and further amendments thereof, as all the law of protection of Usage of Farmlands and Orchards, enacted in 1374 .{1995}.
Non-announcement of any opinion within the respite provided, shall be taken as the agreement of the agencies with the issuance of exploration and exploitation license. 

Article 25:Should the necessary mining activities for exploitation of a deposit be situated within national and natural resources area, action shall be taken in accordance with Note 4 of Article 3 of the state Forest and Pasture Protection and Exploitation Law enacted in 1346 {1967}, and approved amendments thereof, however in substitution of the royalty and land rights provided in the aforesaid Note, royalty on the basis of three percent (3%) subject of Article 14 of this Act and Notes I and 2 thereof, in addition to the said government duties, shall be collected by the Ministry of Mine and Metals from the holders of exploitation license and holders of short-term exploitation permit, for the purpose of land reclamation of mining areas, and shall be deposited in related account.

Article 26: Areas required for various mining activities such as extraction, accumulation and exploitation of mineral substances or dumping the mine wastes, situated within national resources and the area of which is stated in the license issued, shall be the operational territory of the related mine and shall be at the disposal of the Ministry of Mines and Metals in the form of public property to the end of the life-span of the mine, and any work beyond those stated in the license issued, shall be deemed usurpation of public property.

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