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Staking a mining claim on federal lands
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management|
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|Pagination|| p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
Claim staking can be a complicated process; checking land statuses for mineral entry and active claims, mapping out the claims, writing and filling all the county and federal paperwork, keeping track of renewals, understanding the state specific requirements, putting the posts in the ground, and following the all mining laws and regulations. Instructions on staking claims and filing for patents can be obtained from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. In addition to Federal regulations, individual States also have certain requirements pertaining to the location of claims on public lands. Information on these requirements is available from the State agency that deals with mining. Claims for mining can only be staked on lands of the.
BLM — Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Land; The General Mining Act of , as amended, grants all U.S. citizens ages 18 and older the right to locate a mining claim on U.S. federal lands open to mineral entry. Corporations organized under state law can locate and hold mining claims. Lands not open to mineral entry are exempt from the. Each of the eleven Western mining States has it's own laws about how to stake and record a mining claim (Location and Entry). The Federal Land Policy and Management Act of (FLPMA) Public Law created an additional set of filing requirements for Federal Mining Claims.
The law that governs metal mining in the West still lets any U.S. citizen stake a free mining claim on federal land, even in popular recreation sites or national forest roadless areas. Mining claims staked under either State or federal laws (state claims may only be staked on state-owned and managed lands; federal claims may only be staked on minerals owned by the federal government) are limited to lands available for claim staking at the time the claims are staked. Thus, if the land is not available for mineral entry (example: withdrawn due to its status as a park or refuge), .
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Staking a Claim. Federal law specifies that claim boundaries must be distinctly and clearly marked to be readily identifiable. Most states have statutes and regulations concerning the actual staking and recording of mining claims so claimants should refer to the appropriate state agency for additional requirements before locating a claim.
Staking a mining claim on federal lands Item Preview remove-circle Mining claims Publisher [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management English "BLM-AA-GI" Notes. no title on book,some content may be lost due to the binding of the book. Addeddate Call number HDL46 Pages: Get this from a library.
Staking a mining claim on federal lands. [United States. Bureau of Land Management.;]. Staking a mining claim on federal lands by,Bureau of Land Management, U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, For sale by the Supt. of Docs, U.S. G.P.O. edition, in EnglishPages: All owners of unpatented mining claims or sites on Federal lands, including lands where the U.S. Government owns only the minerals, must also record their holdings with the Federal Government.
Claims and sites on all public lands must be recorded with the BLM State Office having jurisdiction over the area in which the claim is located. Staking a mining claim on Federal lands by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Publication date Topics Mining claims Publisher no title on book, some content may be lost due to the binding of the book.
Addeddate Call number HDL46 no. 4 CameraPages: How to Stake a Mining Claim on Federal Land in 8 Simple Steps 1. Select an Area with the Minerals you are Interested in. Before you even think of staking a claim on the federal lands 2. Check if there is Another Active Claim on the Land. Once you have found an area on the federal lands.
To stake a claim to mine on federal lands, follow the appropriate steps, fill out the right papers and pay the necessary fees to the Bureau of Land Management.
Select an area that has available minerals, which include both metallic minerals such as lead, silver and gold, and nonmetallic minerals, such as mica and asbestos. granted by a mining claim protect against a challenge by the United States and other claimants only after the discovery of a valuable mineral deposit.
The two types of mining claims are lode and placer. In addition, mill sites and tunnel sites may be located to provide support facilities for lode and placer mining claims (43 CFR Part ). Mining claims are staked for locatable minerals on public domain lands. Locatable minerals include both metallic minerals (gold, silver, lead, etc.) and nonmetallic minerals (fluorspar, asbestos, mica, etc.).
It is nearly impossible to list all locatable minerals because of. Step 6. File your mining claim. Rules governing staking of claims is dictated in part by state law.
Federal regulations published in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) require that the location notice be filed with both the local recording district (county) and with the Size: 39KB. When you determine the location is open to mining, the next step is staking the claim.
Federal law specifies that claim boundaries must be distinctly and clearly marked and readily identifiable. A certificate of location (COL) is necessary to record mining claims/sites.
A separate COL is required for each mining claim/site recorded. According to the BLM brochure for mining claims on federal lands, there must be a proven discovery of a valuable hard mineral (another process altogether).
If you stake a claim but make no discovery, it is even possible for someone else to come and discover something before you do and take over your claim via a court : Morgan Sjogren. How to stake a mining claim on federal land.
Some people have made millions doing this, you should consider it for yourself. You can claim the mineral rights to gold, silver, copper, gemstones and.
Little, if any, land in the U.S. can be had in the U.S. today simply by "staking your claim". There are ways to get real close though, in every state. Literally staking a claim in the U.S. it is more a federal issue than a state one. On federa.
Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands. The Bureau of Land Management is responsible for the balanced management of the public lands and resources and their various values so that they are considered in a Staking a Mining Claim or Site.
12 Claimant's Rights File Size: KB. There are 19 states, mainly in the western United States, where federal lands are open to mining through the Bureau of Land Management.
There are two types of mining claims, patented and unpatented claims that cover two types of deposits, lode and placer. With a patented land claim you own the land outright and you can do what you want with the land. How to Find Federal Lands That Are Open to Gold Mining Claims.
While the United States' gold rush days officially ended in the s, for many people the dream of staking a claim and striking it rich continues to this day. The federal government has lands in many parts of the country that are open to mining. Stake Your Claim. Finding Gold in the United States: A Step-by-Step Guide by Mark S.
Silva. Only $ So, you're ready to find some gold. What happens after that. This book will tell you exactly how to stake a mining claim, file it, and keep it. Third Edition, page paperback, " x 11". Finding Land Open to Mining: Public Land. 2. Location of mining claims and sites.
Recordation of mining claims and sites. Annual maintenance (annual assessment work or annual fees) for mining claims and sites. Mineral patents.
This pamphlet also provides a brief introduction of the BLM Mining Law Administration Program’s responsibilities on federal lands administered by the BLM. When staking a claim on federal lands, location posts or rock monuments are placed at each corner of the claim.
A location notice must be placed on one of the corner markers. Location notices contain the following information: (1) date of location, (2) name of locator, (3) name of claim or property, (4) type of claim, (5) acreage claimed, and.How To File For a Gold Mining Claim. Inmining laws were passed in the U.S.
which allowed people to stake claims on private land as long as they could provide evidence that valuable minerals were on the land. If you own a piece of land in the U.S. and think there might be gold on it, you should immediately file for a claim to protect.What you need to do with a few pieces of paper on your mining claim to let any other potential gold seekers know that your rights to gold on the land are set aside for you and you only.
The 3 different ways that you can profitably use gold mining claims. The 2 different types of gold mining claims .