Cache entry for E 04/2141

Extracted from MTO on 22-Sep-2017 03:36, last changed 26-Aug-2017.

Tenement Summary

Identifier:E 04/2141Type:Exploration Licence
Status:LiveDistrict:WEST KIMBERLEY M.F.
Lodged:PERTHArea:19 BL
Purposes:Term:5 Years
Markout:Received:08-Jul-2011 09:30
Commence:20-Jul-2015 Expiry:19-Jul-2020

Holders

Company NameCorrespondence AddressSharesTotal Shares
RICHMOND, William RobertC/- PO BOX 884, VICTORIA PARK, WA, 6979100100

Applicants on Receival

Company NameCorrespondence AddressSharesTotal Shares
RICHMOND, William RobertC/- PO BOX 884, VICTORIA PARK, WA, 6979100100

Shires

Shire NameShire NumberStartArea
DERBY-WEST KIMBERLEY SHIRE280008-Jul-2011 19.00000 BL

Conditions

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11All surface holes drilled for the purpose of exploration are to be capped, filled or otherwise made safe immediately after completion.20-Jul-2015
21All disturbances to the surface of the land made as a result of exploration, including costeans, drill pads, grid lines and access tracks, being backfilled and rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the Environmental Officer, Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP). Backfilling and rehabilitation being required no later than 6 months after excavation unless otherwise approved in writing by the Environmental Officer, DMP.20-Jul-2015
31All 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.20-Jul-2015
41Unless the written approval of the Environmental Officer, DMP 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.20-Jul-2015
51The Licensee notifying the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease by telephone or in person, or by registered post if contact cannot be made, prior to undertaking airborne geophysical surveys or any ground disturbing activities utilising equipment such as scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes, drilling rigs; water carting equipment or other mechanised equipment.20-Jul-2015
61The Licensee or transferee, as the case may be, shall within thirty (30) days of receiving written notification of:-
  • the grant of the Licence; or
  • registration of a transfer introducing a new Licensee;
advise, by registered post, the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease details of the grant or transfer.
20-Jul-2015
71No interference with Geodetic Survey Station Myoordah and mining within 15 metres thereof being confined to below a depth of 15 metres from the natural surface.20-Jul-2015
1In respect of conditions imposed as a result of Determination WF2015/0009 between William Robert Richard , Walalakoo Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC and the State of Western Australia:20-Jul-2015
81Any rights of the native title party to access or use the land the subject of the licence not being restricted except in relation to those parts of the land being used for exploration purposes or for safety or secuirty reasons relating to those activities.20-Jul-2015
91The licencee complying with the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972(WA) and any other applicable Aboriginal heritage legislation.20-Jul-2015
101The processes set out in the Aboriginal Heritage Due Dilligence Guidelines (Version 3.0 dated 30 April 2013 and published by the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Department of Premier and Cabinet) being adopted.20-Jul-2015
111The licencee not conducting exploration operations over any part of the licence unless the licencee has first caused an Aboriginal Heritage Survey to be conducted over the whole of the licence. An Aboriginal Heritage Survey means a survey conducted by a suitably qualified archaeologist, ethnographer, anthropologist or other heritage professional with nominated Aboriginal consultants who provide first-hand knowledge and guidance about the Aboriginal Heritage Due Diligence Guidelines in the condition above.The licencee must pay the reasonable fees and expenses of the nominees of the native title party in relation to the survey.20-Jul-2015
121The licencee giving written notice to the native title party of its intention to conduct the survey. In the event of the Native Title party failing to nominate survey participants within 60 days of receipt of such notice, the licencee need not conduct such survey unless required to do so to meet the requirements of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972(WA).20-Jul-2015
131Information obtained during any of the processes not being disclosed by the licencee to any other person or entity for any purpose other than minimising disruption to sites unless: (a) the native title party gives its written consent; (b) the person or entity is a prospective or actual assignee or subject of a joint business arrangement (c) the person/entity is an employee, contractor or consultant; or (d) as required by law.20-Jul-2015
141The licencee not assigning any interest in the licence unless the assignee executes and delivers to the native title party a deed by which the assignee undertakes to be bound by all the conditions as if it were the licencee.20-Jul-2015
151The licencee not entering into a joint vernture agreement, or any other arrangement involving another person or entity gaining legal ownership (in full or in part) inrespect of the licence, unless the joint venture partner/person or entity executes and delivers to the native title party a deed by which the joint venture partner/person or entity undertakes to be similarly bound by all the conditions above.20-Jul-2015

Endorsements

Cond #VerTextStartEnd
11All surface holes drilled for the purpose of exploration are to be capped, filled or otherwise made safe immediately after completion.20-Jul-2015
21All disturbances to the surface of the land made as a result of exploration, including costeans, drill pads, grid lines and access tracks, being backfilled and rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the Environmental Officer, Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP). Backfilling and rehabilitation being required no later than 6 months after excavation unless otherwise approved in writing by the Environmental Officer, DMP.20-Jul-2015
31All 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.20-Jul-2015
41Unless the written approval of the Environmental Officer, DMP 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.20-Jul-2015
51The Licensee notifying the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease by telephone or in person, or by registered post if contact cannot be made, prior to undertaking airborne geophysical surveys or any ground disturbing activities utilising equipment such as scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes, drilling rigs; water carting equipment or other mechanised equipment.20-Jul-2015
61The Licensee or transferee, as the case may be, shall within thirty (30) days of receiving written notification of:-
  • the grant of the Licence; or
  • registration of a transfer introducing a new Licensee;
advise, by registered post, the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease details of the grant or transfer.
20-Jul-2015
71No interference with Geodetic Survey Station Myoordah and mining within 15 metres thereof being confined to below a depth of 15 metres from the natural surface.20-Jul-2015
1In respect of conditions imposed as a result of Determination WF2015/0009 between William Robert Richard , Walalakoo Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC and the State of Western Australia:20-Jul-2015
81Any rights of the native title party to access or use the land the subject of the licence not being restricted except in relation to those parts of the land being used for exploration purposes or for safety or secuirty reasons relating to those activities.20-Jul-2015
91The licencee complying with the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972(WA) and any other applicable Aboriginal heritage legislation.20-Jul-2015
101The processes set out in the Aboriginal Heritage Due Dilligence Guidelines (Version 3.0 dated 30 April 2013 and published by the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Department of Premier and Cabinet) being adopted.20-Jul-2015
111The licencee not conducting exploration operations over any part of the licence unless the licencee has first caused an Aboriginal Heritage Survey to be conducted over the whole of the licence. An Aboriginal Heritage Survey means a survey conducted by a suitably qualified archaeologist, ethnographer, anthropologist or other heritage professional with nominated Aboriginal consultants who provide first-hand knowledge and guidance about the Aboriginal Heritage Due Diligence Guidelines in the condition above.The licencee must pay the reasonable fees and expenses of the nominees of the native title party in relation to the survey.20-Jul-2015
121The licencee giving written notice to the native title party of its intention to conduct the survey. In the event of the Native Title party failing to nominate survey participants within 60 days of receipt of such notice, the licencee need not conduct such survey unless required to do so to meet the requirements of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972(WA).20-Jul-2015
131Information obtained during any of the processes not being disclosed by the licencee to any other person or entity for any purpose other than minimising disruption to sites unless: (a) the native title party gives its written consent; (b) the person or entity is a prospective or actual assignee or subject of a joint business arrangement (c) the person/entity is an employee, contractor or consultant; or (d) as required by law.20-Jul-2015
141The licencee not assigning any interest in the licence unless the assignee executes and delivers to the native title party a deed by which the assignee undertakes to be bound by all the conditions as if it were the licencee.20-Jul-2015
151The licencee not entering into a joint vernture agreement, or any other arrangement involving another person or entity gaining legal ownership (in full or in part) inrespect of the licence, unless the joint venture partner/person or entity executes and delivers to the native title party a deed by which the joint venture partner/person or entity undertakes to be similarly bound by all the conditions above.20-Jul-2015

Dealings

TypeNumberDetails
Extension of Time380196Lodged:12:03 29 August 2011Type:SecurityRECORDED:12:03 29 August 2011APPROVED:14:52 14 September 2011

Payments

TypeYearReceipt DateReceipt No.MR LodgedAmountRental AreaEffective DateAmt DueDiscrepancy
Rental201831-Jul-2017 06-161780PERTH$2,546.0019 BL20-Jul-2015 $2,546.00$0.00
Rental201705-Aug-2016 06-155655PERTH$2,460.5019 BL20-Jul-2015 $2,460.50$0.00
Rental201608-Jul-2011 96652PERTH$2,156.5019 BL20-Jul-2015 $2,156.50$0.00

Expenditure

YearForm 5 TypeMin ExpdExp Lodged DateTotal ExpdExemp NoExemp LodgedExemp AmtExemp StatusOutcome DateExploration ActivitiesMining ActivitiesAboriginal SurveyRentAdministrationProspectingStrike Through
2018$20,000.00false
2017$20,000.0025-Aug-2017 $21,891.00$15,800.00$0.00$0.00$4,091.00$2,000.00$0.00false
2016$20,000.0015-Aug-2016 $28,924.00$21,090.00$0.00$0.00$3,834.00$4,000.00$0.00false

Native Title Referrals

Referred to Native Title DateReferral TypeCurrent StatusProcedureDetailsObjectionsWater CommentsDetermination AreasClaimsRepresentative Area Bodies
24-Oct-2011 Tenement ApplicationRTN Procedure : Right to Negotiate Cleared - GrantRTN Procedure19 BL18929S124160E116km SE'ly of Derby2013-08-26Nyikina and Mangala(WC1999/025)WC1999/025WAD6099/1998trueDiscontinuedSection 35 Neg Activity - Finalised
Section 31 Mediation Activity - Finalised
Section 31 Neg Activity - Finalised
10KimberleyKimberley Land Council Aboriginal Corporation
24-Oct-2011 Tenement ApplicationExpedited Procedure : Expedited Does Not ApplyExpedited Procedure2011-12-142012-04-14FINALISED - Expedited Does Not Apply2013-08-1419 BL18929S124160E116km SE'ly of DerbyWO12/3362012-05-15WC1999/025Objection Upheld2013-08-13Nyikina and Mangala(WC1999/025)WC1999/025WAD6099/1998trueDiscontinued10KimberleyKimberley Land Council Aboriginal Corporation