Where the operator exercises any right of his by virtue of a compulsory rights order1 to get any minerals2 other than coal3; and the land4 where the right is exercised was not comprised in that order in the specified circumstances5, the person who, apart from the compulsory rights order and the statutory right to get any minerals other than coal6, would have been entitled to the minerals is entitled7 to compensation from the operator of an amount equal to 12.5 per cent of the market value8 of the minerals at the time when the right is exercised9.
Where more than
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