Article 1

Original Language Title: Art 1

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Law 10 June 1919 Ranked # 18 on the mines. Art. 1. - Anyone who feels that on your own property or that of another owner in the territory of the Republic of San Marino there is a mine of any kind, before starting any work, must give denunciation to the Government, and will require the authorization to practice searches. Art. 2. - If, do the research, it can be shown to exist, will result from the same government decree granting even in case of refusal of assent from the landowner. Art. 3. - The execution of the research work and unauthorized cultivation by the Government is subject to a fine from L.50 L.300 in addition to the immediate suspension of all work. Art. 4. - From the date of a mining concession for the mine becomes throughout its life a new character real estate properties available and transferable, subject to the approval of the Government, and to the limitations affixed in the concession. Art. 5. - Any individual, including non-citizen of the Republic, as long as you indicate an address for legal and complies with the conditions set out below, can advance to the Government demand for research and practice of successive concessions to cultivate a mine. Art. 6 - Each application must contain the information valid to determine the governmental deliberation and in particular to justify the attitude of the applicant or the person delegated by him for the execution of work, the resources required for this purpose. The Government will order the sum deposit ritr à necessary for the investigation to be practiced, also through technical person, not that for dann that may result to the land owner for searches. Art. 7. - If the application is not made by the owner of the land and there is no joined his act of consent, will be communicated to him by the Government office, with calls for his deductions in a short period set in ' act of communication. Art. 8. - If the owner declares to run he laid out the research, will be entitled to preference, as long as it meets the conditions laid down nell'art.6. Art. 9. - Since there is a discoverer of the mine, he will be the owner of the land paid a premium, according to the importance of the mine. If Dissen or the extent of the prize will be determined by two arbitrators, one appointed by the owner, the other by the discoverer, the third by the Commissioner of the Republic Act; and their judgment will be final. It is believed the discoverer of a mine who after his own investigations and observations, subject to license of the Government, has reported the existence of the mine, and that, following the practice research, has been verified actually esist nte. Art. 10. - The search permission will be granted for a period to be determined, in the Act, with the option to extend it in the Government as it deems convenient. It will always be able to revoke this authorization, if the research is initiated and maintained affordable expeditiously glue. Art. 11. - The researcher will have to pay for any damage caused by the research. In case of disagreement on the extent of the deposit, of which article 6 for the part regarding the damages resulting from the research and allaloro liquidation will proceed as article 9 for the unveiling of the award. E 'in the Government may authorize the search, even before it is established the extent of the deposit, behind the legal provision of a suitable deposit. Art. 12. - No authorization will be granted for research in places encircled by walls, courtyards and gardens, without the prior consent of the owner. The ban may extend the work to be carried out distance less than 20 meters from roads or other locations which may bring danger or harm to the public or private, in the opinion of the Government. Art. 13. - The researcher can not dispose of the substances extracted in searches without the permission of the Government. Art. 14. - Recognized, following investigations, the existence of a mineral and the likelihood of its cultivation, the Government may make a concession; the decree will determine the duration, the era cu began they will work, and every condition that according to the different cases deems convenient. Under such conditions it will arise that at least part of the ore excavated should esitarsi in the territory of the Republic at a price to be determined, as in Articles 9 and 11. When the price fixed for the grant, this will renew itself, where the government recognizes it appropriate. Art. 15. - If the owner of the land, which has obtained the approval of the research, present afterwards demand for the cultivation of the mine, this will have preference over that of strangers. Art. 16.
- In the absence of application of the owner, it will be preferred when granting the discoverer, and if you reject it, the Government will be able to accommodate qualunq and other questions, despite the refusal of consent by the owner of the land. Art. 17. - The application for the grant, not by the owner of the land, must be accompanied by a statement that he had agreed with the applicant the allowances due to him or to postpone concordarla the same. Art. 18. - In the absence of such a declaration, it will be liquidated, as with article 9, 11 and the payment of the agreed amount, if you do not find obstacles on account of the right of third. Art. 19. - E 'in right of the Government to proceed to the grant of cultivation, also depending on the liquidation of the indemnity due to the owner, upon deposit an amount which in the opinion of a technical chosen by the government, approximately equal to the compensation to be liquidated, or behind performed legal and suitable deposit. Art. 20. - A poster will announce to the public the concession and its extension will be plotted on top of a united plan to concession decree. Art. 21. - The licensee will have to put the mine into operation within the period prescribed in the decree, and continue work without interruption, and without the government may order the forfeiture. Art. 22. - Ordered the decadence, the Government may make new concession, or declare the land free from constraint. Art. 23. - The Government reserves the right to determine by appropriate regulations, the procedure for the exercise of each mine; its surveillance by the government itself and the cleaning of it. Art. 24. - E 'in the Government's right to make a charge to the concession decree and also an annual corresponding to the product of the mine, with rules to be determined.