Mining Lease for 4.970 hectares in un-surveyed area of Sundarakota village


Government have proposed to grant  Mining Lease for for  Laterite over an extent of 4.970 hectares in un-surveyed     area     of     Sundarakota  village,  Hamlet  of  Sarugudu Panchayat, Nathavaram Mandal, Visakhapatnam District in favour of Smt. Singam Bhavani for a period of 20 years, subject  to  obtaining  Consent for  Establishment (CFE)  from the A.P.Pollution Control Board    as  per S.O.1533, dt.14-09-2006  and  also subject  to  submission  of  Approved Mining  Plan  under  Rule  22(4)  of  M.C.  Rules,1960, within a period of 6 months from the date of receipt of said memo.

The Director of Mines and Geology has stated  that  Smt. Singam Bhavani submitted  Mining  Plan approved by the   Zonal Joint Director of  Mines & Geology, Visakhapatnam  and Consent   Order   for   Establishment   issued   by   the  Andhra   Pradesh State  Pollution  Control  Board  vide  reference  2nd   read  above.   Finally, the  Director of  Mines  & Geology  has  recommended to the Government for grant of Mining Lease for  Laterite over an extent of 4.970 hectares in un-surveyed     area     of     Sundarakota  village,  Hamlet  of  Sarugudu Panchayat, Nathavaram Mandal, Visakhapatnam District in favour of Smt. Singam Bhavani for a period of 20 years,.

Government, after careful examination of the matter, hereby grant Mining Lease for Laterite over an extent of 4.970 hectares in un-surveyed area  of  Sundarakota village, Hamlet of Sarugudu Panchayat, Nathavaram Mandal, Visakhapatnam District in favour of Smt. Singam Bhavani for a period of 20 years, subject to satisfaction of Mines and Minerals (Development & Regulation) Act,1957 and Mineral Concession Rules,1960 and  also subject to the conditions in Form-K prescribed under the M.C. Rules, 1960 and to the additional conditions specified in the Appendix to this order and subject  to  satisfying all other applicable Acts & Rules in this regard.

The rates of royalty, dead rent, surface rent and water charges shall be collectable as follows:

I.          Rates of Royalty:

a)  zero  point  five  zero  per  cent  of  London  Metal

Laterit

Exchange Aluminium metal price chargeable on the contained aluminum metal in ore produced for those dispatched for use in alumina and aluminum metal extractio

b) Twenty five per cent of sale price on ad valorem basis for those dispatched for use other than alumina and aluminium metal extraction and for export.

II. Dead Rent

Rates    of   dead rent in rupees per hectare per annum or   as revised by

the Government from time to time

From second   year of lease Third year and fourth year Fifth         year onwards
200 500  

1000

III.     Surface rent and water charges As   fixed   by the Government from time  to time.

The grantee should execute the lease deed within the time limit specified in Rule 31 of Mineral Concession Rules, 1960.

The grantee should pay a deposit of Rs.10,000/- as prescribed under Rule 32 of the Mineral Concession Rules, 1960 before the lease is actually executed.

The terms and conditions referred to in paras 3 to 6  of this order are subject to such further modifications, additions and alterations as may be ordered before the lease deed is executed.

The Director of Mines and Geology   shall take necessary further action for the execution of the lease deed after satisfying himself that the grantee fulfils all the required provisions of the amended Act and Rules.  As soon  as  the  deed  is  executed,  the  date  of  such  execution  should  be reported to the Government.

Note:-The  grant  is  liable  for cancellation, should it be found at a later date  that it was grossly inequitable or was made under a mistake of fact or owing to misrepresentation or fraud or in excess of authority.

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