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Title:Stability of mineral rights under Ghanaian law
Authors:Benneh, E.Y.
Tsikata, F.S.ISNI
Year:1991
Periodical:Annual conference - African Society of International and Comparative Law
Volume:3
Pages:170-180
Language:English
Geographic term:Ghana
Subject:mining policy
Abstract:Under Ghanaian law, a person who wishes to search for a mineral or mine it, requires a permit from the State. There are three types of permits provided for under the basic regime of rights established by the Minerals and Mining Law 1986, namely a reconnaissance licence, a prospecting licence and a mining lease. This paper examines the variety of protections provided by law to the grantee of a mineral right in Ghana against unilateral disruption, variation, or abrogation of the right, or of expectations generated by it, by or under the authority of representatives of the State. Notes, ref.
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