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9/10/2020 The Minerals and Mining Act, 2006 (Act 703) (as amended by the Minerals and Mining (Amendment) Act, 2015 (Act 900) and the Minerals Commission Act, 1993 (Act 450) are the principal enactments setting out the framework of mining
Revises and consolidates the law on mines and minerals. Provides that all mineral resources are the property of the nation of Ghana. Regulates licencing and exploitation of mineral resources. Repeals the following laws: Mining Operations (Government Participation) (Repeal) Act 1993 (Act 465).
OF THE PARLIAMENT OF THE RPUBLIC OF GHANA ENTITLED THE MINERALS AND MINING ACT, 2006 AN ACT to revise and consolidate the law relating to minerals and mining and to provide for connected purposes. DATE OF ASSENT: 22nd March, 2006
Ghana's mining history, particularly gold, dates back to the fifteenth century. The industry was very vibrant during the pre- independence period when mining policy was largely geared towards assisting and promoting the maximization of mineral production in the interests of the colonial powers.
The Small-Scale mining law was passed to legalize and formalize Ghana's large informal mining sector. The law allows small-scale miners to apply for minerals rights from the Secretary of Lands and Natural Resources (Article 1.1) for a duration of 3 to 5 years (Article 4.1) and declares that license to be non-transferable (Article 7).
OF GHANA ENTITLED THE MINERALS AND KfTsTING ACT, 2006 ANACT to revise and consolidate the law relating to minerals and mining and to provide for connected purposes. DATE OF ASSENT: 22nd March, 2006. ENACTED by the President and1.
The mining sector in Ghana consists of both small-scale and large-scale mining, each of which has varying environmental impacts. This paper provides an exposition on the environmental impacts of mining activities in Ghana. The paper mainly focused on the mining activities in Prestea in the western region of the country.
The Objects for which the Ghana Legal Information Institute (GhaLII) was formed are: To set up an online repository of legal information from Ghana, towards the promotion of Rule of Law, judicial accountability and good governance in Ghana and Africa. To make
The government is entitled to a 10 per cent free carried interest in the rights and obligations of the mineral operations where the mineral right is for mining or the exploitation of minerals for...