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Title 43Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter CPart 3600


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER C—MINERALS MANAGEMENT (3000)

PART 3600—MINERAL MATERIALS DISPOSAL

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Subpart 3601—MINERAL MATERIALS DISPOSAL; GENERAL PROVISIONS

Fundamental Provisions

§3601.1
Purpose.
§3601.3
Authority.
§3601.5
Definitions.
§3601.6
Policy.
§3601.8
Public availability of information.
§3601.9
Information collection.

Limitations on Disposal of Mineral Materials

§3601.10
Limitations on BLM's discretion to dispose of mineral materials.
§3601.11
When will environmental considerations prevent BLM from disposing of mineral materials?
§3601.12
What areas does BLM exclude from disposal of mineral materials?
§3601.13
How can I obtain mineral materials from Federal lands that have been withdrawn to aid a function of another Federal agency or of a State or local government agency?
§3601.14
When can BLM dispose of mineral materials from unpatented mining claims?

Rights of Purchasers and Permittees

§3601.20
Rights of parties.
§3601.21
What rights does a person have under a materials sales contract or use permit?
§3601.22
What rights remain with the United States when BLM sells or issues a permit for mineral materials?

Pre-Application Sampling and Testing

§3601.30
Pre-application activities—how and when may I sample and test mineral materials?

Mining and Reclamation Plans

§3601.40
Mining and reclamation plans.
§3601.41
What information must I include in my mining plan?
§3601.42
What information must I include in my reclamation plan?
§3601.43
What is the process for BLM to approve my mining and reclamation plans?
§3601.44
How and when may my mining or reclamation plan be modified?

Contract and Permit Administration

§3601.50
Administration of sales contracts and free use permits.
§3601.51
How will BLM inspect my operation?
§3601.52
After I finish my operations, when must I remove improvements and equipment?

Contract and Permit Cancellation

§3601.60
Cancellation.
§3601.61
When may BLM cancel my contract or permit?
§3601.62
Cancellation procedure.

Unauthorized Use

§3601.70
Unauthorized use.
§3601.71
What constitutes unauthorized use?
§3601.72
What are the consequences of unauthorized use?

Appeals

§3601.80
How do I appeal a final decision by BLM?
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Subpart 3602—MINERAL MATERIALS SALES

Applications

§3602.10
Applying for a mineral materials sales contract.
§3602.11
How do I request a sale of mineral materials?
§3602.12
How does the mineral materials sales process affect other users of the same public lands?
§3602.13
How does BLM measure and establish the price of mineral materials?
§3602.14
What kind of financial security does BLM require?
§3602.15
What will happen to my bond if I transferred all of my interests or operations to another bonded party?

Administration of Sales

§3602.20
Administration of mineral materials sales.
§3602.21
What payment terms apply to my mineral materials sales contract?
§3602.22
When will a contract terminate?
§3602.23
When will BLM make refunds or allow credits?
§3602.24
When may I assign my materials sales contract?
§3602.25
What rights and responsibilities does my assignee assume?
§3602.26
If I assign my contract, when do my obligations under the contract end?
§3602.27
When will BLM extend the term of a contract?
§3602.28
What records must I maintain and how long must I keep them?
§3602.29
How will BLM verify my production?

Noncompetitive Sales

§3602.30
Noncompetitive sales.
§3602.31
What volume limitations and fees generally apply to noncompetitive mineral materials sales?
§3602.32
What volume and other limitations pertain to noncompetitive sales associated with public works projects?
§3602.33
How will BLM dispose of mineral materials for use in developing Federal mineral leases?
§3602.34
What is the term of a noncompetitive contract?

Competitive Sales

§3602.40
Competitive sales.
§3602.41
When will BLM sell mineral materials on a competitive basis?
§3602.42
How does BLM publicize competitive mineral materials sales?
§3602.43
How does BLM conduct competitive mineral materials sales?
§3602.44
How do I make a bid deposit?
§3602.45
What final steps will BLM take before issuing me a contract?
§3602.46
What is the term of a competitive contract?
§3602.47
When and how may I renew my competitive contract and what is the fee?
§3602.48
What may BLM require when renewing my contract?
§3602.49
When will BLM issue a non-renewable contract?
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Subpart 3603—COMMUNITY PITS AND COMMON USE AREAS

Disposal of Materials—Community Pits and Common Use Areas

§3603.10
Disposal of mineral materials from community pits and common use areas.
§3603.11
What rights pertain to users of community pits?
§3603.12
What rights pertain to users of common use areas?
§3603.13
What price does BLM charge under materials sales contracts for mineral materials from community pits and common use areas?
§3603.14
What plans do I need to prepare to mine or remove mineral materials from a community pit or common use area?

Reclamation

§3603.20
Reclamation.
§3603.21
What reclamation requirements pertain to community pits and common use areas?
§3603.22
What fees must I pay to cover the cost of reclamation of community pits and common use areas?
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Subpart 3604—FREE USE OF MINERAL MATERIALS

Obtaining Free Use Permits

§3604.10
Permits for free use of mineral materials.
§3604.11
How do I apply for a free use permit?
§3604.12
Who may obtain a free use permit?
§3604.13
When will BLM decline to issue a free use permit to a qualified applicant?

Administration of Free Use

§3604.20
Administration of free use permits.
§3604.21
What is the term of a free use permit?
§3604.22
What conditions and restrictions pertain to my free use permit?
§3604.23
When and how may I assign my free use permit?
§3604.24
Who may remove materials on my behalf?
§3604.25
What bond requirements pertain to free use permits?
§3604.26
When will BLM cancel my permit?
§3604.27
What rights does a free use permit give me against other users of the land?


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