2 edition of Conflict and Its Resolution in the Administration of Mineral Resources in Canada. found in the catalog.
Conflict and Its Resolution in the Administration of Mineral Resources in Canada.
Queen"s University. Centre For Resource Studies.
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In some national parks, the federal government ebook the surface lands and ebook companies own some of the mineral rights below the surface. This situation is called a “split estate,” and it presents a potential for conflict when a private company exercises its rights to extract minerals while the Park Service tries to uphold its legal mandate to leave parks .