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Title 43Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter CPart 3830


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 3830—LOCATING, RECORDING, AND MAINTAINING MINING CLAIMS OR SITES; GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION

§3830.1
What is the purpose of parts 3830-3839?
§3830.2
What is the scope of these regulations?
§3830.3
Who may locate mining claims?
§3830.5
Definitions.
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Subpart B—PROVIDING INFORMATION TO BLM

§3830.8
How will BLM use the information it collects and what does it estimate the burden is on the public?
§3830.9
What will happen if I file a document with BLM that I know contains false, erroneous, or fictitious information or statements?
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Subpart C—MINING LAW MINERALS

§3830.10
Locatable minerals.
§3830.11
Which minerals are locatable under the General Mining Law?
§3830.12
What are the characteristics of a locatable mineral?
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Subpart D—BLM SERVICE CHARGE AND FEE REQUIREMENTS

§3830.20
Payment of service charges, location fees, initial maintenance fees, annual maintenance fees and oil shale fees.
§3830.21
What are the different types of service charges and fees?
§3830.22
Will BLM refund service charges or fees?
§3830.23
What types of payment will BLM accept?
§3830.24
How do I make payments?
§3830.25
When do I pay for recording a new notice or certificate of location for a mining claim or site?
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Subpart E—FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE REGULATIONS

§3830.90
Failure to comply with these regulations.
§3830.91
What happens if I fail to comply with these regulations?
§3830.92
What special provisions apply to oil placer mining claims?
§3830.93
When are defects curable?
§3830.94
How may I cure a defect in my compliance with these regulations?
§3830.95
What if I pay only part of the service charges, location fees, or first year maintenance fees for newly-recorded claims or sites?
§3830.96
What if I pay only part of the service charges and fees for oil shale claims or previously-recorded mining claims or sites?
§3830.97
What if I pay only part of the service charges for a notice of intent to locate mining claims on SRHA lands?
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Subpart F—APPEALS

§3830.100
How do I appeal a final decision by BLM?


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