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49-106.Survey of mining operations on adjoining land upon order of court; affidavit. When any owner, tenant or subtenant of a lot or lots or tract of land shall file in any court of competent jurisdiction within the county in which said lot or lots or tract of land may be situated, his or her affidavit, or the affidavit of any other creditable person for them, stating that from knowledge, information or belief the party or parties owning, controlling or working the adjoining lot or lots or tract of land, and upon which said party or parties are sinking shafts, mining, excavating and running drifts, and that said drifts, in which said parties are digging, mining and excavating any mineral ore or veins of coal, extend beyond the lines and boundaries of said lot or lots or tract of land owned, controlled or worked by them, and have entered into and upon the premises of the party or parties making said affidavit, or for whom said affidavit is made, the judge of such court shall issue his or her written order, and deliver or cause the same to be delivered to the county surveyor or the surveyor's deputy, commanding him or her to proceed without delay to survey said drift, by entering any and all shafts upon said lot or lots or tracts of land that the surveyor may see fit, for the purpose of ascertaining the course and distance of said drift or drifts, and to locate the same upon the surface.

History: L. 1881, ch. 115, § 1; R.S. 1923, 49-106; L. 1973, ch. 134, § 44; July 1, 1974.



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