In the case of railways and works to which the substituted mining code of the Railways Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 applies1, if a mine owner2 works any minerals3 lying under any part of the area of protection4 in the authorised manner, he nevertheless becomes liable on demand by the railway or other authority to contribute towards the expenses properly incurred, or to be incurred5, by the authority from time to time thereafter in making good any damage caused by the working to the railway or works of the authority (not being protected works comprised in any counter-notice6 relating to
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