Nev. Admin. Code § 517.140 - Identification of patented and unpatented claims
Current through August 4, 2021
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NAC 517.140 Identification of patented and unpatented claims. (NRS 517.100)
1. Each patented mining claim must be identified on the base map or overlay by the appropriate patented mining claim number assigned by the Bureau of Land Management and must be described in the manner prescribed in NAC 517.160.
2. The location of each unpatented mining claim which is recorded in the county must be drafted on the proper base map or overlay from the location map furnished by the claimant. Each unpatented mining claim must be identified on the base map or overlay by the name of the claim or the number or letter assigned to the claim by the county surveyor.
3. Crosshatching, stippling or any other similar method of drafting must be used to distinguish between patented and unpatented claims.
(Added to NAC by Dep’t of Minerals, eff. 9-1-88)