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The Mineral Estate Surveyors Handbook: Mineral Working and Waste Management Properties - An Outline of Aspects of Valuation and Law


ISBN13: 9780993080302
Published: November 2014
Publisher: Linden Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Looseleaf, A4
Price: £50.00



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There are several ways in which the management and valuation of mineral working and waste management properties differ from those relating to most other types of property and interests in land. As the number of professionals having experience in these fields is relatively small there is frequently the need to bring in surveyors and managers from other disciplines.

The purpose of this book is to provide an introduction, mainly for those new to these industries and for students, to the legal and valuation aspects of mineral working and waste management properties in the United Kingdom. More experienced practitioners might also find it of assistance as a work of first reference.

The legal issues discussed are based upon the Professional Briefing Paper published by the RICS in 2008, The Law Relating to Mineral Working and Mineral Landholdings written by some of the present authors, copyright of which is acknowledged.

Whilst every care has been taken in the writing and preparation of this book, the authors do not accept liability for any adverse consequences which might arise from its use.

Subjects:
Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2: OWNERSHIP OF MINERALS AND WORKING RIGHTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, MINERAL; RESERVATIONS, THE DEFINITION OF MINERALS AND ASSOCIATED TERMS
CHAPTER 3: RIGHTS OF WORKING AND SUPPORT AT COMMON LAW;
CHAPTER 4: STATUTORY RIGHTS OF WORKING AND SUPPORT
CHAPTER 5: RIGHTS OF WORKING AND SUPPORT IN RELATION TO COAL
CHAPTER 6: MINERAL WORKING AND THE WATER ENVIRONMENT
CHAPTER 7: MINERAL WORKING AND HIGHWAYS
CHAPTER 8: MINERAL WORKING AND AGRICULTURAL LAND
CHAPTER 9: PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS
CHAPTER10: INTRODUCTION TO MINERAL PROPERTY VALUATION
CHAPTER 11: RIGOROUS VALUATION METHODS ;
CHAPTER 12: VALUATION FOR GENERAL RATES
CHAPTER 13: VALUATIONS FOR COMPULSORY PURCHASE
CHAPTER 14: VALUATIONS UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE MINING CODE
CHAPTER 15: REVOCATION OR MODIFICATION OF PLANNING CONSENTS
CHAPTER 16: TAXATION ASPECTS OF MINERAL WORKING
CHAPTER 17: LEGAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND VALUATION ASPECTS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT PROPERTIES
CHAPTER 18: THE LANDFILL DIRECTIVE AND UK IMPLEMENTATION OF EU DIRECTIVES RELATING TO WASTE CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT
CHAPTER 19: THE APPLICATION OF DIRECTIVES, REGULATIONS AND GUIDANCE TO MINING WASTE
CHAPTER 20: WASTE MANAGEMENT PROCESSES AND PLANT
CHAPTER 21: VALUATION OF WASTE MANAGEMENT PROPERTIES
CHAPTER 22: TAXATION ASPECTS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT PROPERTIES
CHAPTER 23: STATUTORY RESPONSIBILITY AND CRIMINAL LIABILITY
APPENDICES
APPENDIX 1: REPORTING OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND RESERVES
APPENDIX 2: THE DRAFTING OF HEAD OF TERMS RELATING TO MINING AGREEMENTS AND AGREEMENTS RELATING TO WASTE MANAGEMENT
APPENDIX 3: PROPERTY INSPECTION AND INFORMATION GATHERING FOR THE PREPARATION OF A LANDHOLDING TERRIER OR VALUATION OF A MINERAL WORKING OR WASTE MANAGEMENT PROPERTY
APPENDIX 4: THE MORE COMMON MINERALS MINED IN THE UK TODAY AND THEIR USES
APPENDIX 5: SPECIFICATION, TESTING AND USE OF CONSTRUCTION AGGREGATES AND ROADSTONE
APPENDIX 6: TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
APPENDIX 7: LEGISLATION
APPENDIX 8: CASES REFERRED TO