Compensation under the Opencast Coal Act 1958 is not payable by any person unless a claim for it is duly made to that person1. The procedure for making claims2 for compensation under the Opencast Coal Act 1958, other than claims for compensation under certain enactments applied by that Act3, is prescribed4 by regulations5. Generally, the Upper Tribunal6 must determine any dispute (1) as to a right to compensation from any person, or as to the amount of any such compensation7; (2)
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