Regte of minerale : 'n boedelbeplanningsanalise
South Africa entered a new era on 1 May 2004 with the commencement of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 (hereafter the MPRDA). Section 3 states that the mineral and petroleum resources are the common heritage of all South Africans. Due to the fact that a new era of mineral rights has been introduced, it is necessary to investigate the effect of the new Act on the process of estate planning. This study is focused to determine which of the rights found in the MPRDA can be classified as assets in an estate, and which of these rights should be discounted for in the process of estate planning that is focused on the inheritance of assets. The study firstly deals with the mineral rights as property in terms of section 25 of the Constitution. After a brief synopsis has been given of the old order mineral rights, the focus falls on the nature and transferability of the new order mineral rights and the implications that the said rights have on the process of estate planning.
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Detailed characterization of SA high mineral matter inertinite–rich coals and density fractions and effect on reaction rates with carbon dioxide: macerals, microlithotypes, carbominerites and minerals Everson, Raymond C.; Koekemoer, Andrei; Bunt, John R.; Neomagus, Hein W.J.P.; Schwarz, Christopher (South African Institution of Chemical Engineers (SAIChE), 2013)An investigation was undertaken to determine the distribution of macerals and minerals in South African Highveld coal deposits as well as density fractions derived from a typical deposit. The corresponding effects on ...
South African mineral law: a historical overview of the state’s regulatory power regarding the exploitation of minerals. Van der Schyff, E (School for Basic Sciences, Vaal Triangle Campus, North-West University, 2012)The Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 [MPRDA] acknowledges that the country’s mineral resources belong to the nation. The State is subsequently appointed as custodian of these resources. As ...
South African mineral law: a historical overview of the State's regulatory power regarding the exploitation of minerals Van Der Schyff, Elmarie (NWU, 2012)The Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 [MPRDA] acknowledges that the country’s mineral resources belong to the nation. The State is subsequently appointed as custodian of these resources. As ...