The provisions of a licence1 must specify or describe the coal-mining operations2 which, subject to its conditions, are authorised by the licence3. The provisions included must identify the area of Great Britain4, the territorial sea adjacent to Great Britain or the continental shelf where the operations are to be carried on5, and may restrict the authorisation contained in the licence to operations carried on within a specified period or a period determined in a specified manner6.
A licence may provide for the coming into force of the authorisation contained in it, or of any conditions or other provisions of it,
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