You might have received an entry notice from a mining or exploration company proposing to carry out preliminary activities on your property such as scouting or flora and fauna investigations. This might have already occurred and now the company wants to undertake advanced exploration activities such as seismic surveying or core hole drilling.
Alternatively, things might have progressed beyond that and now actual mining is proposed on your property.
In any of these situations, and whether you perceive the company’s interest in your land as an opportunity or a threat, it is crucially important that you are aware of your rights. Shine’s Energy and Resources Team are “at the coal face” of resource exploration and mining issues and are experts in assisting landholders through the complicated process of negotiating and dealing with exploration and mining companies.
As a landholder who has been impacted by a road or resource project, it can be quite overwhelming to know how to negotiate to get the best deal for you and your future. The team at Shine Lawyers have considerable experience when it comes to knowing your rights as a landholder, as well as understanding the stress and inconvenience it can have on your life.
Who is Shine Lawyers' CSG & Mining team?
Shine Lawyers' CSG & Mining team includes some of the firm’s most experienced special counsel, solicitors and support staff, including law clerks and paralegals. The team includes: