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e-CFR Data is current as of July 25, 2014

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 3710—PUBLIC LAW 167; ACT OF JULY 23, 1955

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Subpart 3710—PUBLIC LAW 167; ACT OF JULY 23, 1955: GENERAL

§3710.0-3
Authority.
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Subpart 3712—PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE ACT

§3712.1
Restriction on use of unpatented mining claims.
§3712.2
Publication of notice.
§3712.2-1
Request for publication of notice to mining claimant.
§3712.2-2
Evidence necessary to support a request for publication.
§3712.2-3
Contents of published notice.
§3712.2-4
Publication.
§3712.2-5
Proof of publication.
§3712.2-6
Service of notice.
§3712.2-7
Service of copies; failure to comply.
§3712.3
Failure of claimant to file verified statement.
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Subpart 3713—HEARINGS

§3713.1
Hearing procedures.
§3713.2
Hearing: Time and place.
§3713.3
Stipulation between parties.
§3713.4
Effect of decision affirming a mining claimant's rights.
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Subpart 3714—RIGHTS OF MINING CLAIMANTS

§3714.1
Recording by mining claimant of request for copy of notice.
§3714.2
Waiver of rights by mining claimants.
§3714.3
Protection of existing rights; exclusion of reservation in patents.
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Subpart 3715—USE AND OCCUPANCY UNDER THE MINING LAWS

§3715.0-1
What are the purpose and the scope of this subpart?
§3715.0-3
What are the legal authorities for this subpart?
§3715.0-5
How are certain terms in this subpart defined?
§3715.0-9
Information collection.
§3715.1
Do the regulations in this subpart apply to my use or occupancy?
§3715.2
What activities do I have to be engaged in to allow me to occupy the public lands?
§3715.2-1
What additional characteristic(s) must my occupancy have?
§3715.2-2
How do I justify occupancy by a caretaker or watchman?
§3715.2-3
Under what circumstances will BLM allow me to temporarily occupy a site for more than 14 days?
§3715.3
Must I consult with BLM before occupancy?
§3715.3-1
At what point may I begin occupancy?
§3715.3-2
What information must I provide to BLM about my proposed occupancy?
§3715.3-3
How does BLM process the information I submit about my proposed occupancy?
§3715.3-4
How will BLM notify me of the outcome of its review process?
§3715.3-5
What will BLM's notification include?
§3715.3-6
May I begin occupancy if I have not received concurrence from BLM?
§3715.4
What if I have an existing use or occupancy?
§3715.4-1
What happens after I give BLM written notification of my existing occupancy?
§3715.4-2
What if I do not notify BLM of my existing occupancy?
§3715.4-3
What if BLM does not concur in my existing use or occupancy?
§3715.4-4
What if there is a dispute over the fee simple title to the lands on which my existing occupancy is located?
§3715.5
What standards apply to my use or occupancy?
§3715.5-1
What standards apply to ending my use or occupancy?
§3715.5-2
What happens to property I leave behind?
§3715.6
What things does BLM prohibit under this subpart?
§3715.7
How will BLM inspect my use or occupancy and enforce this subpart?
§3715.7-1
What types of enforcement action can BLM take if I do not meet the requirements of this subpart?
§3715.7-2
What happens if I do not comply with a BLM order?
§3715.8
What penalties are available to BLM for violations of this subpart?
§3715.8-1
What happens if I make false statements to BLM?
§3715.9
What appeal rights do I have?
§3715.9-1
Does an appeal to IBLA suspend a BLM decision?


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