If you have been approached by coal seam gas (CSG) or mining companies about carrying out activity on your land, you should seek legal help to protect your interests.
Shine Lawyers' CSG Legal Service
At Shine Lawyers, we have a carefully-selected legal team that are experts in the provision of coal seam gas mining and legal services. Backed by over 40 years of standing up for the little guy, we have the tenacity and legal know-how to take on the big opponents, and get you the result that's right for you and your family.
Coal Seam Gas - Useful Information
CSG mining can have a significant and long-lasting impact on your property, and as a landholder, it's important to know your rights. Shine Lawyers has prepared some helpful resources to assist you in making an informed decision when it comes your property.
Other Mining Legal Services
If you have received an entry notice from a mining or exploration company wanting to carry out activity on your land, you need to make sure you are aware of your rights. At Shine, our dedicated experts are well-versed in a range of mining legal services and can offer you individually-tailored advice to ensure your land is protected.
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Shine Lawyers are expert CSG and mining lawyers that can help you stand up for your rights as a landholder. Click the below for more information about the Shine Lawyers service and how we can help you.
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