Cache entry for CML 12/774

Extracted from MTO on 22-Jul-2017 03:35, last changed 29-Jun-2017.

Tenement Summary

Identifier:CML 12/774Type:Coal Mining Lease
Status:LiveDistrict:COLLIE RIVER M.F.
Lodged:PERTHArea:129.00000 HA
Purposes:Term:
Markout:21-Dec-1979 17:20Received:28-Dec-1979 15:30
Commence:01-Jan-2006 Expiry:31-Dec-2026

Holders

Company NameCorrespondence AddressSharesTotal Shares
THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITEDHETHERINGTON EXPLORATION & MINING TITLE SERVICES (WA) PTY LTD, PO BOX 8249, PERTH BUSINESS CENTRE, PERTH, WA, 6849, xxxxx@hemts.com.au, xxxxx9779696

Applicants on Receival

Company NameCorrespondence AddressSharesTotal Shares
THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY LIMITEDATTN THE COMPANY SECRETARY, GPO BOX G474, PERTH, WA, 68419696

Shires

Shire NameShire NumberStartArea
COLLIE SHIRE189021-Dec-1979 129.00000 HA

Conditions

#VerTextStartEnd
11Survey.01-Jan-2006
21All surface holes drilled for the purpose of exploration are to be capped, filled or otherwise made safe immediately after completion.01-Jan-2006
31All costeans and other disturbances to the surface of the land made as a result of exploration, including drill pads, grid lines and access tracks, being backfilled and rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the Environmental Officer, Department of Industry and Resources (DoIR). Backfilling and rehabilitation being required no later than 6 months after excavation unless otherwise approved in writing by the Environmental Officer, DoIR.01-Jan-2006
41All waste materials, rubbish, plastic sample bags, abandoned equipment and temporary buildings being removed from the mining tenement prior to or at the termination of exploration program.01-Jan-2006
51Unless the written approval of the Environmental Officer, DoIR is first obtained, the use of drilling rigs, scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes or other mechanised equipment for surface disturbance or the excavation of costeans is prohibited. Following approval, all topsoil being removed ahead of mining operations and separately stockpiled for replacement after backfilling and/or completion of operations.01-Jan-2006
61The lessee submitting a plan of proposed operations and measures to safeguard the environment to the Director, Environment, DoIR for his assessment and written approval prior to commencing any developmental or productive mining or construction activity.01-Jan-2006
71Mining being carried out in accordance with proposals submitted in accordance with and approved under the Collie Coal (Griffin) Agreement Act 1979 as amended and in accordance with other terms, covenants and conditions of the above Agreement Act or leases or licences issued pursuant to that Agreement.01-Jan-2006
81Mining under any road or road reserve being prohibited without the written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR with the concurrence of the Commissioner of Main Roads Western Australia or the Local Authority as appropriate.01-Jan-2006
91Unless the prior written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR in consultation with the Commissioner for Main Roads is first obtained, no excavation approaching closer to any road or road reserve than a distance equal to twice the depth of the excavation.01-Jan-2006
101Any right of the native title party (as defined in Sections 29 and 30 of the Native Title Act 1993) to access or use the land the subject of the mining lease is not to be restricted except in relation to those parts of the land which are used for exploration or mining or for safety or security reasons relating to those activities.01-Jan-2006
111If the grantee party gives a notice to the Aboriginal Cultural Material Committee under section 18 of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972 (WA) it shall at the same time serve a copy of that notice, together with copies of all documents submitted by the grantee party to the Aboriginal Cultural Material Committee in support of the Application (exclusive of sensitive commercial and cultural data), on the native title party.01-Jan-2006
121Where the grantee party submits to the Director, Environment, DoIR a proposal to undertake developmental/productive mining or construction activity, the grantee party must give to the native title party a copy of the proposal, excluding sensitive commercial data, and a plan showing the location of the proposed mining operations and related infrastructure, including propossed access routes.01-Jan-2006
131Upon assignment of the lease the assignee shall be bound by these conditions.01-Jan-2006
1Consent to Mine on State Forest 4 granted by the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 subject to the following :01-Jan-2006
141The lessee giving the Executive Director, Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) six (6) months notice in writing of the intention to enter upon any uncleared area of State Forest for the purposes of mining or operations associated with mining. Rights to remove any marketable timber from such area in advance of mining operations being with the Executive Director, CALM. In the event of shorter notice, the lessee may be required by the Executive Director, CALM to meet the costs of removing marketable timber.01-Jan-2006
151The lessee paying royalty at current rates to the Executive Director for any forest produce obtained from State Forest and Crown Land used in connection with mining operations on the lease.01-Jan-2006
161The lessee at his/her expense carrying out all necessary measures to prevent the spread of the dieback disease (Phytophthora spp) on the area of the lease and complying with instructions of the Executive Director, CALM or his nominee before commencing exploratory work outside areas being mined.01-Jan-2006
171Lessee taking all such necessary precautions as may be indicated by the Regional/District Manager CALM to prevent the occurrence or spread of any fire within or adjacent to the leased area.01-Jan-2006
181The lessee at his/her expense rehabilitating all areas affected by mining or operations associated with mining conducted during the term of the lease. Rehabilitation being to the satisfaction of the Director, Environment, DoIR and in agreement with the Regional/District Manager, CALM and in accordance with CALM Policy No.10 (Rehabilitation of Disturbed Lands).01-Jan-2006
191The lessee submitting a Notice of Intent (N.O.I.) for any proposed operations, including measures to safeguard the environment, to the Director, Environment, DoIR for assessment and written approval, subject to the agreement of the Executive Director, CALM prior to commencing any developmental or productive mining. The approved N.O.I (as amended) then becoming a condition of this lease and the lessee providing a bond in favour of the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 for the sum specified in the NOI approval for due compliance with the environmental conditions of the lease.01-Jan-2006
201The lessee submitting to the Director, Environment, DoIR and the Regional/District Manager, CALM in {month} of each year, a brief annual report outlining the project operations, minesite environmental management and rehabilitation work undertaken in the previous 12 months and the proposed operations, environmental management plans and rehabilitation programs for the next 12 months. Following receipt of the annual report a site inspection by the Regional Environmental Officer, Department of Industry and Resources and Regional/District Manager, CALM may be required.01-Jan-2006 11-Jun-2013
211The lessee designating to the Regional/District Manager, CALM a responsible officer to direct and control the rehabilitation program.01-Jan-2006
221Exploration programs involving vegetation disturbance are subject to the approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR in consultation with the Regional/District Manager, CALM.01-Jan-2006
231Where reasonable, the lessee permitting CALM to remove for CALM requirements, sand, rock, clay, gravel and soil subject to a working agreement.01-Jan-2006
1Consent to Mine on the Wellington Dam Catchment Areas 21 and 148 granted by the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 subject to the following :01-Jan-2006
241Written notification, where practicable, of the time frame, type and extent of proposed ground disturbing activities being forwarded to the Department of Environment Bunbury seven days prior to commencement of those activities.01-Jan-2006
251Any significant waterway (flowing or not), wetland or its fringing vegetation that may exist on site not being disturbed or removed without prior written approval from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
261The rights of ingress to and egress from the Lease being at all reasonable times preserved to officers of the Department of Environment for inspection and investigation purposes.01-Jan-2006
271The storage and disposal of hydrocarbons, chemicals and potentially hazardous substances being in accordance with the Water and Rivers Commission's Guidelines and Water Quality Protection Notes.01-Jan-2006
281Measures such as effective sediment traps and stormwater retention facilities being implemented to preserve the natural values of receiving catchments and those of adjacent areas of native vegetation.01-Jan-2006
291Groundwater quality monitoring bores being installed, maintained and utilised for water quality monitoring on and near the mine-site and downstream where aquifers are present.01-Jan-2006
301Petroleum hydrocarbon and other chemical storage areas being appropriately contained using bunded retention compounds incorporating stormwater disposal and the removal of sediments.01-Jan-2006
311All proposed exploration activities within Public Drinking Water Source Areas complying with the Department of Environment's Water Quality Protection Note Land Use Compatibility in Public Drinking Water Source Areas.01-Jan-2006
321All Mining Act tenement activities within Public Drinking Water Source Areas being prohibited unless the prior written approval has been obtained from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
331All Mining Act tenement activities are prohibited within 2 kilometres of the maximum storage level of a reservoir including the reservoir itself, unless the prior written approval of the Department of Environment is first obtained.01-Jan-2006
341Storage and use of hydrocarbons and potentially hazardous substances requiring the prior written approval or appropriate permits from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
351All hydrocarbon or other pollutant spillage being reported to the Department of Environment. Remediation being carried out to the satisfaction of the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
361All Mining Act tenement activities are prohibited within a 300-metre radius of any observation well in a Public Drinking Water Source Priority P1, P2 & P3 Areas unless the written approval of the Department of Environment is first obtained.01-Jan-2006
371All Mining Act tenement activities are prohibited within a 500-metre radius in a P1 area or a 300-metre radius in a P2 or P3 area of any Public Drinking Water Source production well or dam, unless the written approval of the Department of Environment is first obtained.01-Jan-2006
381All mining operations being carried out in accordance with the Department of Environment Water Quality Management in Mining and Mineral Processing and relevant Water Quality Protection Notes.01-Jan-2006
391Mining operations below the water table are prohibited in Public Drinking Water Source Areas unless written permission has been given by the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
401Disposal of domestic and industrial waste (other then approved tailings) is prohibited within a in Public Drinking Water Source Areas.01-Jan-2006
411Underground petroleum hydrocarbon and other chemical storage tanks are prohibited within Public Drinking Water Source Priority P1, P2 areas, Wellhead Protection Zones and Reservoir Protection Zones.01-Jan-2006
421Underground petroleum hydrocarbon and other chemical storage tanks are prohibited within Public Drinking Water Source Priority P3 areas, unless written approval has been obtained from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
431Mineral processing activities and tailings storage are prohibited within Public Drinking Water Source Priority P1 and P2 areas, Wellhead Protection Zones and Reservoir Protection Zones.01-Jan-2006
441Mineral processing activities and tailings storage are prohibited in Public Drinking Water Source Priority P3 areas unless written approval has been obtained from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
451Mechanical plant servicing is prohibited within Public Drinking Water Source Priority P1 and P2 areas, Wellhead Protection Zones and Reservoir Protection Zones.01-Jan-2006
461Mechanical plant servicing is prohibited in Public Drinking Water Source Priority P3 areas unless written approval has been obtained from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
471Mining operations in Public Drinking Water Source Areas must use dry soil extraction methods and leave an undisturbed soil profile above maximum groundwater levels as follows:
  • Priority 1 area - 3 metres
  • Priority 2 area - 2 metres
  • Priority 3 area - 2 metres
  • Future Public Drinking Water Source areas or Priority not determined areas - 3 metres.
01-Jan-2006
481Activities requiring the abstraction of water from any waterway, wetland or drain is prohibited unless the Department of Environment has granted an abstraction licence.01-Jan-2006
491Activities that may disrupt the natural flow of any watercourse are prohibited unless a licence has been obtained from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
501Activities on any existing or designated future irrigation area, or on any strip of land within 50 metres of an irrigation channel, drain wetland or watercourse being confined to surface geological, geophysical and or geochemical surveys and drilling unless the written approval of the Department of Environment is first obtained.01-Jan-2006
511Excavation activities are prohibited on any existing or designated future irrigation districts, or on any area of land within 50 metres of the banks of an irrigation channel, drain, wetland or watercourse, unless undertaken with the written permission from the Director, Environment, DoIR and the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006

Endorsements

Cond #VerTextStartEnd
11Survey.01-Jan-2006
21All surface holes drilled for the purpose of exploration are to be capped, filled or otherwise made safe immediately after completion.01-Jan-2006
31All costeans and other disturbances to the surface of the land made as a result of exploration, including drill pads, grid lines and access tracks, being backfilled and rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the Environmental Officer, Department of Industry and Resources (DoIR). Backfilling and rehabilitation being required no later than 6 months after excavation unless otherwise approved in writing by the Environmental Officer, DoIR.01-Jan-2006
41All waste materials, rubbish, plastic sample bags, abandoned equipment and temporary buildings being removed from the mining tenement prior to or at the termination of exploration program.01-Jan-2006
51Unless the written approval of the Environmental Officer, DoIR is first obtained, the use of drilling rigs, scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes or other mechanised equipment for surface disturbance or the excavation of costeans is prohibited. Following approval, all topsoil being removed ahead of mining operations and separately stockpiled for replacement after backfilling and/or completion of operations.01-Jan-2006
61The lessee submitting a plan of proposed operations and measures to safeguard the environment to the Director, Environment, DoIR for his assessment and written approval prior to commencing any developmental or productive mining or construction activity.01-Jan-2006
71Mining being carried out in accordance with proposals submitted in accordance with and approved under the Collie Coal (Griffin) Agreement Act 1979 as amended and in accordance with other terms, covenants and conditions of the above Agreement Act or leases or licences issued pursuant to that Agreement.01-Jan-2006
81Mining under any road or road reserve being prohibited without the written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR with the concurrence of the Commissioner of Main Roads Western Australia or the Local Authority as appropriate.01-Jan-2006
91Unless the prior written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR in consultation with the Commissioner for Main Roads is first obtained, no excavation approaching closer to any road or road reserve than a distance equal to twice the depth of the excavation.01-Jan-2006
101Any right of the native title party (as defined in Sections 29 and 30 of the Native Title Act 1993) to access or use the land the subject of the mining lease is not to be restricted except in relation to those parts of the land which are used for exploration or mining or for safety or security reasons relating to those activities.01-Jan-2006
111If the grantee party gives a notice to the Aboriginal Cultural Material Committee under section 18 of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972 (WA) it shall at the same time serve a copy of that notice, together with copies of all documents submitted by the grantee party to the Aboriginal Cultural Material Committee in support of the Application (exclusive of sensitive commercial and cultural data), on the native title party.01-Jan-2006
121Where the grantee party submits to the Director, Environment, DoIR a proposal to undertake developmental/productive mining or construction activity, the grantee party must give to the native title party a copy of the proposal, excluding sensitive commercial data, and a plan showing the location of the proposed mining operations and related infrastructure, including propossed access routes.01-Jan-2006
131Upon assignment of the lease the assignee shall be bound by these conditions.01-Jan-2006
1Consent to Mine on State Forest 4 granted by the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 subject to the following :01-Jan-2006
141The lessee giving the Executive Director, Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) six (6) months notice in writing of the intention to enter upon any uncleared area of State Forest for the purposes of mining or operations associated with mining. Rights to remove any marketable timber from such area in advance of mining operations being with the Executive Director, CALM. In the event of shorter notice, the lessee may be required by the Executive Director, CALM to meet the costs of removing marketable timber.01-Jan-2006
151The lessee paying royalty at current rates to the Executive Director for any forest produce obtained from State Forest and Crown Land used in connection with mining operations on the lease.01-Jan-2006
161The lessee at his/her expense carrying out all necessary measures to prevent the spread of the dieback disease (Phytophthora spp) on the area of the lease and complying with instructions of the Executive Director, CALM or his nominee before commencing exploratory work outside areas being mined.01-Jan-2006
171Lessee taking all such necessary precautions as may be indicated by the Regional/District Manager CALM to prevent the occurrence or spread of any fire within or adjacent to the leased area.01-Jan-2006
181The lessee at his/her expense rehabilitating all areas affected by mining or operations associated with mining conducted during the term of the lease. Rehabilitation being to the satisfaction of the Director, Environment, DoIR and in agreement with the Regional/District Manager, CALM and in accordance with CALM Policy No.10 (Rehabilitation of Disturbed Lands).01-Jan-2006
191The lessee submitting a Notice of Intent (N.O.I.) for any proposed operations, including measures to safeguard the environment, to the Director, Environment, DoIR for assessment and written approval, subject to the agreement of the Executive Director, CALM prior to commencing any developmental or productive mining. The approved N.O.I (as amended) then becoming a condition of this lease and the lessee providing a bond in favour of the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 for the sum specified in the NOI approval for due compliance with the environmental conditions of the lease.01-Jan-2006
201The lessee submitting to the Director, Environment, DoIR and the Regional/District Manager, CALM in {month} of each year, a brief annual report outlining the project operations, minesite environmental management and rehabilitation work undertaken in the previous 12 months and the proposed operations, environmental management plans and rehabilitation programs for the next 12 months. Following receipt of the annual report a site inspection by the Regional Environmental Officer, Department of Industry and Resources and Regional/District Manager, CALM may be required.01-Jan-2006 11-Jun-2013
211The lessee designating to the Regional/District Manager, CALM a responsible officer to direct and control the rehabilitation program.01-Jan-2006
221Exploration programs involving vegetation disturbance are subject to the approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR in consultation with the Regional/District Manager, CALM.01-Jan-2006
231Where reasonable, the lessee permitting CALM to remove for CALM requirements, sand, rock, clay, gravel and soil subject to a working agreement.01-Jan-2006
1Consent to Mine on the Wellington Dam Catchment Areas 21 and 148 granted by the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 subject to the following :01-Jan-2006
241Written notification, where practicable, of the time frame, type and extent of proposed ground disturbing activities being forwarded to the Department of Environment Bunbury seven days prior to commencement of those activities.01-Jan-2006
251Any significant waterway (flowing or not), wetland or its fringing vegetation that may exist on site not being disturbed or removed without prior written approval from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
261The rights of ingress to and egress from the Lease being at all reasonable times preserved to officers of the Department of Environment for inspection and investigation purposes.01-Jan-2006
271The storage and disposal of hydrocarbons, chemicals and potentially hazardous substances being in accordance with the Water and Rivers Commission's Guidelines and Water Quality Protection Notes.01-Jan-2006
281Measures such as effective sediment traps and stormwater retention facilities being implemented to preserve the natural values of receiving catchments and those of adjacent areas of native vegetation.01-Jan-2006
291Groundwater quality monitoring bores being installed, maintained and utilised for water quality monitoring on and near the mine-site and downstream where aquifers are present.01-Jan-2006
301Petroleum hydrocarbon and other chemical storage areas being appropriately contained using bunded retention compounds incorporating stormwater disposal and the removal of sediments.01-Jan-2006
311All proposed exploration activities within Public Drinking Water Source Areas complying with the Department of Environment's Water Quality Protection Note Land Use Compatibility in Public Drinking Water Source Areas.01-Jan-2006
321All Mining Act tenement activities within Public Drinking Water Source Areas being prohibited unless the prior written approval has been obtained from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
331All Mining Act tenement activities are prohibited within 2 kilometres of the maximum storage level of a reservoir including the reservoir itself, unless the prior written approval of the Department of Environment is first obtained.01-Jan-2006
341Storage and use of hydrocarbons and potentially hazardous substances requiring the prior written approval or appropriate permits from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
351All hydrocarbon or other pollutant spillage being reported to the Department of Environment. Remediation being carried out to the satisfaction of the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
361All Mining Act tenement activities are prohibited within a 300-metre radius of any observation well in a Public Drinking Water Source Priority P1, P2 & P3 Areas unless the written approval of the Department of Environment is first obtained.01-Jan-2006
371All Mining Act tenement activities are prohibited within a 500-metre radius in a P1 area or a 300-metre radius in a P2 or P3 area of any Public Drinking Water Source production well or dam, unless the written approval of the Department of Environment is first obtained.01-Jan-2006
381All mining operations being carried out in accordance with the Department of Environment Water Quality Management in Mining and Mineral Processing and relevant Water Quality Protection Notes.01-Jan-2006
391Mining operations below the water table are prohibited in Public Drinking Water Source Areas unless written permission has been given by the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
401Disposal of domestic and industrial waste (other then approved tailings) is prohibited within a in Public Drinking Water Source Areas.01-Jan-2006
411Underground petroleum hydrocarbon and other chemical storage tanks are prohibited within Public Drinking Water Source Priority P1, P2 areas, Wellhead Protection Zones and Reservoir Protection Zones.01-Jan-2006
421Underground petroleum hydrocarbon and other chemical storage tanks are prohibited within Public Drinking Water Source Priority P3 areas, unless written approval has been obtained from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
431Mineral processing activities and tailings storage are prohibited within Public Drinking Water Source Priority P1 and P2 areas, Wellhead Protection Zones and Reservoir Protection Zones.01-Jan-2006
441Mineral processing activities and tailings storage are prohibited in Public Drinking Water Source Priority P3 areas unless written approval has been obtained from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
451Mechanical plant servicing is prohibited within Public Drinking Water Source Priority P1 and P2 areas, Wellhead Protection Zones and Reservoir Protection Zones.01-Jan-2006
461Mechanical plant servicing is prohibited in Public Drinking Water Source Priority P3 areas unless written approval has been obtained from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
471Mining operations in Public Drinking Water Source Areas must use dry soil extraction methods and leave an undisturbed soil profile above maximum groundwater levels as follows:
  • Priority 1 area - 3 metres
  • Priority 2 area - 2 metres
  • Priority 3 area - 2 metres
  • Future Public Drinking Water Source areas or Priority not determined areas - 3 metres.
01-Jan-2006
481Activities requiring the abstraction of water from any waterway, wetland or drain is prohibited unless the Department of Environment has granted an abstraction licence.01-Jan-2006
491Activities that may disrupt the natural flow of any watercourse are prohibited unless a licence has been obtained from the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006
501Activities on any existing or designated future irrigation area, or on any strip of land within 50 metres of an irrigation channel, drain wetland or watercourse being confined to surface geological, geophysical and or geochemical surveys and drilling unless the written approval of the Department of Environment is first obtained.01-Jan-2006
511Excavation activities are prohibited on any existing or designated future irrigation districts, or on any area of land within 50 metres of the banks of an irrigation channel, drain, wetland or watercourse, unless undertaken with the written permission from the Director, Environment, DoIR and the Department of Environment.01-Jan-2006

Dealings

TypeNumberDetails
ObjectionPE17/80Lodged 12:00:00 PM on 11 Feb 1980 by THE CONSERVATOR OF FORESTSREGISTERED 12:00 PM 11 Feb 1980UPHELD 13 May 1980
Mortgage28H/923Lodged 3:40:00 PM on 09 Mar 1993 in favour of BARCLAYS BANK AUSTRALIA LTDREGISTERED 3:40 PM 09 Mar 1993Mortgage Transfer:129H/945 Registered 12:10 20 July 1994New Mortgagee:BARCLAYS AUSTRALIA LTDMortgage Transfer:1521H/945 Registered 10:17 25 January 1996New Mortgagee:CBA NOMINEES LIMITEDMortgage Transfer:677H/990 Registered 15:15 13 October 1999New Mortgagee:CCW (SYDNEY) NOMINEES PTY LIMITEDMortgage Transfer:335196 Registered 15:30 23 November 2009New Mortgagee:ACN 113353638 PTY LIMITEDDISCHARGED:15:40 14 March 2011
Mortgage - Transfer129H/945Lodged 12:10:00 PM on 20 Jul 1994 of the full benefit of Mortgage 28H/923 to BARCLAYS AUSTRALIA LTDREGISTERED 12:10 PM 20 Jul 1994
Mortgage - Transfer1521H/945Lodged 10:17:00 AM on 25 Jan 1996 of the full benefit of Mortgage 28H/923 to CBA NOMINEES LTDREGISTERED 10:17 AM 25 Jan 1996
Mortgage - Transfer677H/990Lodged 3:15:00 PM on 13 Oct 1999 of the full benefit of Mortgage 28H/923 to CCW (SYDNEY) NOMINEES PTY LTDREGISTERED 3:15 PM 13 Oct 1999
Mortgage - Transfer335196Lodged:15:30 23 November 2009In respect to:Mortgage 28H/923 (103209)From:CCW (SYDNEY) NOMINEES PTY LIMITEDTo:ACN 113353638 PTY LIMITEDREGISTERED:15:30 23 November 2009
Application to Amend346266Lodged:09:30 07 May 2010Amending:AddressFrom:Residential : THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, SAME AS CORRESPONDENCE and Correspondence :THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, ATTN THE COMPANY SECRETARY, GPO BOX G474, PERTH, WA, 6841To:Residential : THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- KORDAMENTHA PTY LTD, LEVEL 11, 37 ST GEORGES TERRACE, PERTH, WA, 6000 and Correspondence :THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- KORDAMENTHA PTY LTD, PO BOX Y3185, PERTH, WA, 6832RECORDED:09:30 07 May 2010
Mortgage - Discharge367588Lodged:15:40 14 March 2011In respect to:Mortgage 28H/923 (103209)REGISTERED:15:40 14 March 2011
Application to Amend368863Lodged:15:40 01 April 2011Amending:AddressFrom:Residential : THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- KORDAMENTHA PTY LTD, LEVEL 11, 37 ST GEORGES TERRACE, PERTH, WA, 6000 and Correspondence :THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- KORDAMENTHA PTY LTD, PO BOX Y3185, PERTH, WA, 6832To:Residential : THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, SAME AS CORRESPONDENCE and Correspondence :THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- ATTN THE COMPANY SECRETARY, LEVEL 15, BGC CENTRE, 28 THE ESPLANADE, PERTH, WA, 6000RECORDED:15:40 01 April 2011
Application to Amend381965Lodged:09:00 23 September 2011Amending:AddressFrom:THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- ATTN THE COMPANY SECRETARY, LEVEL 15, BGC CENTRE, 28 THE ESPLANADE, PERTH, WA, 6000To:THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- ATTN THE OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR:, PO BOX 5669, PERTH, WA, 6831RECORDED:09:00 23 September 2011
Caveat411709Lodged:16:29 23 November 2012Caveat Type:Absolute CaveatCaveator:PERDAMAN CHEMICAL AND FERTILISERS PTY LTDShares Caveated:96/96 shares THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITEDRECORDED:16:29 23 November 2012WITHDRAWN:10:05 20 December 2012
Caveat413716Lodged:12:30 19 December 2012Caveat Type:Subject to Claim CaveatCaveator:PERDAMAN CHEMICAL AND FERTILISERS PTY LTDShares Caveated:96/96 shares THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITEDRECORDED:12:30 19 December 2012WITHDRAWN:14:25 06 May 2013
Withdrawal of Dealing413770Lodged:10:05 20 December 2012In respect to:Caveat 411709RECORDED:10:05 20 December 2012
Mortgage417266Lodged:12:15 15 February 2013Mortgaged Shares:96/96 shares THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITEDMortgagee:AET STRUCTURED FINANCE SERVICES PTY LTDREGISTERED:12:15 15 February 2013
Withdrawal of Dealing422585Lodged:14:25 06 May 2013In respect to:Caveat 413716RECORDED:14:25 06 May 2013
Tax Memorial438235Lodged:11:30 07 January 2014Pursuant To Section 103EA(2):No dealings can be registered against this mining tenement without the consent of the Commissioner of State Revenue.REGISTERED:11:30 07 January 2014WITHDRAWN:11:15 24 June 2016
Application to Amend441009Lodged:16:15 21 February 2014Amending:AddressFrom:THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- ATTN THE OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR:, PO BOX 5669, PERTH, WA, 6831To:THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- HETHERINGTON EXPLORATION & MINING TITLE SERVICES PTY LTD, PO BOX 8249, PERTH BUSINESS CENTRE, WA, 6849RECORDED:16:15 21 February 2014
Withdrawal of Dealing489268Lodged:11:15 24 June 2016In respect to:Tax Memorial 438235RECORDED:11:15 24 June 2016
Application to Amend490213Lodged:13:42:49 07 July 2016Amending:Address (Including DTC Details)From:THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- HETHERINGTON EXPLORATION & MINING TITLE SERVICES PTY LTD, PO BOX 8249, PERTH BUSINESS CENTRE, WA, 6849To:THE GRIFFIN COAL MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, HETHERINGTON EXPLORATION & MINING TITLE SERVICES (WA) PTY LTD, PO BOX 8249, PERTH BUSINESS CENTRE, PERTH, WA, 6849, xxxxx@hemts.com.au, xxxxx977RECORDED:13:42:49 07 July 2016

Payments

TypeYearReceipt DateReceipt No.MR LodgedAmountRental AreaEffective DateAmt DueDiscrepancy
Rental201723-Dec-2016 MT-210010847599-EF$2,199.45129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $2,199.45$0.00
Rental201631-Dec-2015 MT-210010473577-EF$2,128.50129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $2,128.50$0.00
Rental201531-Dec-2014 MT-210010215862-EF$2,076.90129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $2,076.90$0.00
Rental201412-Feb-2014 MT-210010157487-EF$2,025.30129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $2,025.30$0.00
Rental201321-Dec-2012 MT-210010081691-EF$1,986.60129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $1,986.60$0.00
Rental201216-Jan-2012 MT-210010025399-EF$1,935.00129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $1,935.00$0.00
Rental201129-Nov-2010 87254PERTH$2,057.55129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $2,057.55$0.00
Rental201015-Dec-2009 73538PERTH$2,014.98129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $2,014.98$0.00
Rental200915-Dec-2008 59514PERTH$1,929.84129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $1,929.84$0.00
Rental200817-Dec-2007 45980PERTH$1,873.08129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $1,873.08$0.00
Rental200721-Dec-2006 32498PERTH$1,731.18129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $1,731.18$0.00
Rental200614-Mar-2006 22083PERTH$1,298.38129.00000 HA01-Jan-2006 $1,302.38$0.00
Rental200628-Dec-1979 1PERTH$4.00

Expenditure

YearForm 5 TypeMin ExpdExp Lodged DateTotal ExpdExemp NoExemp LodgedExemp AmtExemp StatusOutcome DateExploration ActivitiesMining ActivitiesAboriginal SurveyRentAdministrationProspectingStrike Through
2017$12,900.00false
2016$12,900.0024-Jan-2017 $13,719.50$8,200.00$0.00$0.00$2,939.50$2,580.00$0.00false
2015$12,900.0030-Nov-2015 $19,157.95$14,300.00$0.00$0.00$2,277.95$2,580.00$0.00false
2014$12,900.0026-Feb-2015 $19,797.97$15,000.00$0.00$0.00$2,217.97$2,580.00$0.00false
2013$12,900.0028-Feb-2014 $12,900.60$8,334.00$0.00$0.00$1,986.60$2,580.00$0.00false
2012$12,900.0018-Feb-2013 $27,437.00$22,275.00$0.00$0.00$2,582.00$2,580.00$0.00false
2011$12,900.0021-Feb-2012 $17,799.00$12,775.00$0.00$0.00$2,058.00$2,966.00$0.00false
2010$12,900.0002-Mar-2011 $9,045.0036207422-Dec-2010 $12,900.00Granted17-Mar-2011 $4,736.00$0.00$0.00$1,870.00$2,439.00$0.00false
2009$12,900.0016-Feb-2010 $14,370.00$2,600.00$7,500.00$0.00$1,831.00$2,439.00$0.00false
2008$12,900.0024-Feb-2009 $14,024.00$9,597.00$0.00$0.00$1,987.00$2,440.00$0.00false
2007$12,900.0012-Feb-2008 $13,195.00$0.00$10,077.00$0.00$1,931.00$1,187.00$0.00false
2006$12,900.00false

Native Title Referrals

Referred to Native Title DateReferral TypeCurrent StatusProcedureDetailsObjectionsWater CommentsDetermination AreasClaimsRepresentative Area Bodies
08-Jul-2002 Tenement ApplicationIn Progress