30 CFR 872.11 - Where do moneys in the Fund come from?

§ 872.11 Where do moneys in the Fund come from?
Revenue to the Fund includes—
(a) Reclamation fees we collect under section 402 of SMCRA and part 870 of this chapter;
(b) Amounts we collect from charges for use of land acquired or reclaimed with moneys from the Fund under part 879 of this chapter;
(c) Moneys we recover through satisfaction of liens filed against privately owned lands reclaimed with moneys from the Fund under part 882 of this chapter;
(d) Moneys we recover from the sale of lands acquired with moneys from the Fund or by donation;
(e) Moneys donated to us for the purpose of abandoned mine land reclamation; and
(f) Interest and any other income earned from investment of the Fund. We will credit interest and other income only to the Secretary's share.

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